Comment: H1-B Workers Create Jobs
Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. Find an article about the economic benefits of H1-B workers; and a report on the EB-5 Investors Conference In Los Angeles. Also find a blog post on how Walker trumps Trump in anti-immigrant hypocrisy at GOP debate; and a statement by DHS Secretary on intention to implement security enhancements to the Visa Waiver Program.

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Erratum: In 8/6/2015 issue of Immigration Daily, a blog by Bruce Buchanan was mistakenly attributed to Roger Algase.

Article: The Fortunes of H-1B Workers and Their Native-Born Colleagues Rise and Fall Together. By Walter Ewing

Article: H-1B LOTTERY RECAP AND PROCESSING EXPLANATION. By Alan Lee, Esq.

Article: EB-5 Investors Conference In Los Angeles With Chairman Goodlatte. By Omar Hakim, Esq.

Blogging: Obama Admin Still Fighting to Jail Mothers and Children in Deportation Internment. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Walker Trumps Trump In Anti-Immigrant Hypocrisy at GOP debate. By Roger Algase.

News: Statement by Secretary Jeh C. Johnson on Intention to Implement Security Enhancements to the Visa Waiver Program

News: USCIS Announcement that Temporary Immigration Relief Measures Available for Individuals Affected by Typhoon Soudelor

News: DHS Announces Trilateral Agreement with Canada and Mexico to Expand Trusted Traveler Programs

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Headline: What the GOP candidates said about immigration in their first debate Click here
Headline: Rubio: America is 'most generous' country when it comes to legal immigration Click here
Headline: In First US Republican Debate, 10 Candidates Spar on Immigration, Islamic State, and... Donald Trump Click here
Headline: US Officials Ask Judge Not to End Immigrant Family Detention Click here

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