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Article: What is the United States accomplishing with its refugee program? By Nolan Rappaport


Blogging: Visa Bulletin Litigation Update for October 3, 2015. By Greg Siskind

Blogging: AIC: Just-Released Customs and Border Protection Standards Still Lack Accountability. Matthew Kolken

Blogging: The Immigration Law Turns 50. Carl Shusterman's

Blogging: Asylum and the DV Lottery (and DV Lottery Scams) By Jason Dzubow

News: USCIS Notice: Public Law 111-230 H-1B/L-1 Additional Fees Expire

News: USCIS Uses Secure Laminates on Certain Forms

Focus: Exhibit Opportunity for Regional Center/Projects
he EB-5 Summit for Attorneys and Developers taking place in San Francisco, CA on October 30th, has exhibitor opportunities. Exhibitors will be able to speak to professionals in the EB-5 field, distribute material in our material packet and on designated exhibitor tables. Exhibitors will also be able to have a 15-25 minute panel on an EB-5 topic of their choosing. Final Deadline for exhibitor opportunity is on October 7th. For more details or to sign up, see here.

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Headline: Obama's 2013 Immigration Shock Hit Middle Class, Gave $5 Trillion To Wall Street Click here
Headline: 'Workers' or slaves?' Textbook maker under fire for depiction of black 'immigration' to U.S. Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Toronto, Canada. KPMG Law Immigration is seeking engaged, talented and collaborative US Lawyers who are looking to make a difference. Associate Lawyers are responsible for advising clients and employees in obtaining business visitor visas, work permits and any other US immigration needs in a timely and efficient manner. This role requires excellent multi-tasking skills and an ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of clients, including HR representatives, senior-level personnel and internal team members. Specifically, we are seeking a Attorneys capable of Managing NIV and IV caseload including TN, H-1B, L-1, PERM, J-1 among other applications. The Attorneys will also serve as one of the point of contacts for the client/employee, manage client relationships and address any issues of quality, time standards and communication and will be responsible for training immigration administrator/support staff which is a direct report; Skills & Qualifications: Law degree from an American law school along with admission to any US state bar. Immigration law experience mandatory, knowledge of immigration practices and procedures. Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment. To learn more about pursuing this opportunity, visit

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Washington, DC. - Niskanen Center Immigration Policy Counsel. Key job responsibilities will include: 1. Reviewing immigration statutes and regulations to propose reform ideas. 2. Overseeing the production of model immigration reform legislation. 3. Reviewing immigration reform bills to propose amendments. 4. Drafting comments on proposed immigration regulations. The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes: 1. Three-plus years of experience working on immigration policy or law in government or privately, or three-plus years of experience drafting legislation or regulations. 2. Familiarity with immigration statutes and regulations. 3. Ability to creatively and independently solve problems and experience with self-management. Qualified candidates should submit the following materials in one PDF file to Joe Coon, vice president of the Niskanen Center: 1. Resume. 2. A cover letter detailing your interest in the organization and your salary requirements. 3. Writing sample that demonstrates an ability to communicate complex concepts to other policy experts. The Niskanen Center's immigration agenda begins with the premise that legal immigration has positive economic and social benefit to the United States and that it expands the liberty of Americans by allowing them to associate freely with people from other nations. This philosophical perspective animates the Center's efforts to make legal immigration easier for peaceful immigrants.

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