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Article: Take the Fear Out of Retirement By Ed Poll

Bloggings by Roger Algase: Are House Republicans Making Progress On Immigration Reform?; Republicans Keep Moving Immigration Reform Goalposts: Updated; USCIS Twists Words to Make H-1B Approvals Harder: Part 1

Bloggings by Greg Siskind: House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy Backs Legalization of Out of Status Immigrants ; ACLU Gets Procedural Win in Push to Get DACA Recipients Nebraska Drivers Licenses

News: USCIS Announcement - Half a Million Companies Now Participate in E-Verify

News: USCIS Policy Memorandum on Field Guidance Pertaining to Applicants for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers

Focus: The EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable with Angelo Paparelli
This month's EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable will be taking place in Tuesday, January 28th at 2:00pm [EST]. Our Discussion Leader, Angelo Paparelli, will be joined by this month's guest speaker, Brandon Meyer, to make make 30-minute presentation on Current Developments, Best Practices, and Risk Management in EB-5 Regional Center Cases.

This 30-minute session is presented at no charge. To register, please click here, complete the form in full, and send it to webmaster@ilw.com or fax 212-545-0869. Please note that this seminar is presented for EB-5 principals, Senior Staff, In-House Counsel, and Designated Outside 924 Counsel ONLY.

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Headline: House Republicans Working on Passing Immigration Reform This Year Click here
Headline: Michigan seeks visas to lure immigrants to Detroit Click here
Headline: House GOP Immigration Strategy: Hope and Change Click here
Headline: Right and Left of the Hispanic Vote - Michael Barone - Page 1 Click here
Headline: For Latino Voters, Climate Change Is Almost As Important An Issue As Immigration Click here
Headline: Pro-Immigrant Agenda Unveiled at Capitol - Jackson, MS Click here
Headline: Immigration reform: Ryan says House to use piecemeal approach Click here
Headline: A Signal From Central Valley That GOP May Act on Immigration Click here
Headline: Is There Any Hope For Immigration Reform On The Hill? Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Iselin, NJ - Nair Law Group, A P.C. is seeking a business immigration paralegal for their Iselin, NJ office. Must have 1+ years of business immigration experience. Must have background in H-1B, L-1, TNs, PERM, I-140s, and I-485s. Must be organized, detailed-oriented, excellent customer service skills and have the ability to multi-task. Please email cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to nnair@nairlaw.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Long island City, NY - The Law Office of Usman B. Ahmad is seeking a talented, ambitious, and service-oriented Associate Immigration Attorney to help coordinate, prepare, and maintain the filing of immigration cases for clients. Position requires attendance at interviews and hearings. Moreover, attorney should have knowledge of certain issues that are specific to asylum law including but not limited to one year issues, EAD issues, and the ability to articulate social groups.Must have excellent English writing and oral communication skills, and excellent organization and computer skills; secondary language skills a plus. 2+ years of experience in immigration law required and must have passed a state bar examination; experience in green card and labor certification process preferred. Please send resume to sgomez@usmanbahmad.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Stamford, CT - Established practice is currently seeking an experienced part-time (approximately 30 hours/week) paralegal. Must be bilingual (Spanish/English). Please email resume and cover letter to info@visaserve.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
McLean, VA - Berry Appleman and Leiden, LLP is currently seeking an Associate Immigration Attorney who will report to a Partner or Senior Associate. Associate Attorneys are responsible for managing Immigration Assistants and Paralegals in the filing of assigned immigration case work. Associate Attorney will represent clients in all aspects of business immigration law, maintain high-level communication with all clients, and liaise with other attorneys in the firm and share all information regarding case preparation. 2+ years of experience in business immigration law required and must have J.D. degree and have passes a state bar examination; experience in green card and labor certification process preferred. Must have excellent English writing and oral communication skills, and excellent organization and computer skills; secondary language skills a plus. Apply to here. If you are unable to complete your application via this link, please go to www.balglobal.com, click on the "About Us" tab, choose "careers" and scroll to the bottom of the page to click "here" in the last line to go to the job postings page.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY - Klasko, Rulon, Stock, and Seltzer, LLP, a nationally-known immigration law firm has an opening for a paralegal. Required 5+ years of experience including all aspects of PERM applications. Experience with J-1 waivers and petitions for universities, hospitals, and research organizations preferred. Ideal candidates should have strong verbal, written, and organizational skills, be able to handle busy caseload, and have a Bachelor's Degree with excellent academic credentials. Please email your resume, a copy of your college transcript, and a brief writing sample to hr@klaskolaw.com. Information about the firm can be found at www.klaskolaw.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Boston, MA - The Boston office of Seyfarth Shaw, LLP, has an immediate opening for two paralegals. These positions will participate in all aspects of the firm's national Business Immigration and Global Mobility practice, including assisting in the management of client relationships, case review and analysis, preparing and filing employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions, including PERM processing, and serving as a primary contact to numerous prominent clients. Ideal candidate will be able to successfully multi-task, in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Must be able to communicate effectively in writing and verbally, and be able to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. Must be able to manage one's own time and the time of others. Junior Level applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and 1+ years of immigration experience. Senior Level applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and 4+ years of progressively responsible business immigration experience. Salary is commensurate with experience. See www.seyfarth.com/careers

Law Practice Wanted
Want to Buy New Jersey Immigration Law Practice. Gross revenue $500K or less. Seller to Transition the practice for 12 months. Call Ed Poll at 800-837-5880 or send email edpoll@lawbiz.com.

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ComingNGoings: Immigration Event
February 6, 12:00-2:00pm [EST] - Join the Department of Sociology at Harvard for the Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Workshop. The event will take place in the William James Hall 601. Find additional information here: http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do...icb.page456006


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