Comment: House Passes H.R. 3009
Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. See two news items and a blogging about H.R. 3009. Also find articles on whether Immigration causes crime and about 3-year work permits being recalled.

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Article: By the Numbers: Does Immigration Cause Crime? By Alex Nowrasteh

Article: Some 3-Year Work Permits Being Recalled by USCIS. By Patrick Taurel

Blogging: Ranking Democrat's Statement on Sanctuary Cities Bill. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Green Card does not Always have a Signature. By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: Lawyers vs. Clients. By Jason Dzubow

News: H.R. 3009: Enforce the Law for Sanctuary Cities Act

News: H R 3009 - RECORDED VOTE

News: CBP Completes Phase II of the Body-Worn Camera Feasibility Study

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Headline: Obama administration policy shift could 'substantially transform' immigration system, lower deportations Click here
Headline: Democrats are now calling a new immigration bill 'The Donald Trump Act'Click here
Headline: Report: 87 Percent Of Illegal Immigrants To Remain In U.S. Click here

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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