Comment: Various Items
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest including an article about the Visa Bulletin Do-Over; Blogging on opposition to Syrian refugees in US; Also read a CRS Legal Sidebar on the court order requiring that removed aliens be returned to the United States.

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Article: Visa Bulletin "Do-Over" Undercuts Visa Modernization. By Leslie Dellon

Article: BROWN AROUND TOWN: THE TROUBLES BEHIND MR. TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION PLAN. By Jan H. Brown

Blogging: BALCA Determines that the Wage Listed on the Notice of Filing Must Match Wage Range. By Cadence Moore

Blogging: Opposition To Syrian Refugees in US: Deja Vu All Over Again. By Roger Algase

News: CRS Legal Sidebar: Court Order Requiring that Removed Aliens Be Returned to the United States Raises Questions About Stays of Removal and the ICE "Return Policy"

Focus: Shanghai EB-5 Congress Final Deadline October 14th
The 4th Annual Immigration Abroad Agent Congress (IAAC) is taking place in Shanghai, China from November 4th through November 6th at the Regal Hotel. This 3-Day event is hosted by CBC with 15 Media Partners. Over the course of these three days, 500+ attendees will be present to network and exhibit. You are cordially invited to attend as either a Delegate or a Sponsor:

Delegates Package includes: Registration fee, summit materials, conference abstract, lunch, and dinner - ($500)

Workshop Sponsorship includes: Two attendees, catalogue insertion, QQ Networking, meetings with migration agents, booth (25'x5') - ($5000).

For more info and to sign up, see: http://ilw.com/eb5/Shanghai2015.pdf

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Headline: Low-Wage Workers, Immigration Reform Advocates Slam Trump Over Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Columbia, SC. Ogletree Deakins' Columbia, SC office has an opportunity for a business immigration paralegal. Summary of Position: Preparation and filing of a wide range of immigration petitions, including H-1Bs, L-1s and labor certification/PERM and green card applications. Compile and analyze case facts, draft correspondence, maintain and organize client documentation and have direct contact with clients and visa beneficiaries. Reviewing complex legal documents, compile and analyze case facts, determine and calendar deadlines. Maintains direct contact with several attorneys. Requirements: Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university is required. Paralegal certification is not required, but preferred. Prior paralegal experience is preferred. Prior business immigration experience is highly preferred, but not required. Proficiency in all Microsoft applications, including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Knowledge of Docketing systems and Document Management Systems preferred. Experience with expense and billing systems a plus. Outstanding case management and organizational skills are required. Strong time management skills with the ability to handle a high volume of casework. We are not working with outside recruiters for this position. Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply for this position, please send your resume to jobs@odnss.com with "Columbia Immigration Paralegal" in the subject line.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Miami-Dade County, FL - Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. seeks a Legal Assistant. Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing legal services to unaccompanied children (UC) in South Florida, is seeking Legal Assistant for its legal services program. Duties and Responsibilities include: Supporting staff attorneys with the representation of unaccompanied children pursuing different forms of immigration relief, including Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Asylum, U and T Visas, and other forms of immigration relief before the Miami Immigration Court and Department of Homeland Security; Conducting client intake interviews; Supporting staff attorneys with Know Your Rights presentations for unaccompanied children in HHS/ORR custody; and Record-keeping, data entry, and assisting with reports for funder. Requirements: Undergraduate degree; Prior paralegal experience is preferred; Proficiency in English and Spanish (verbal and written); Proficient in the use of MS Word, MS Excel, and Powerpoint; Reliable transportation, valid FDL, and evidence of insurability If interested please send resume and a cover letter to hr@ycoop.org. Please include your name and the position in the subject line. No telephone calls please. Youth Co-Op Legal Services is an EOE.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Miami-Dade County, FL - Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. seeks a Supervising Attorney. Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing legal services to unaccompanied children (UC) in South Florida, is seeking Supervising Attorney for its legal services program. Duties and Responsibilities include: supervising attorneys and support staff offering legal services to unaccompanied children pursuing immigration relief, including Asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, U and T Visas, and other claims as appropriate. Review legal work, screen cases for representation, assist with recruitment, training and mentorship. Convene weekly staff meetings, overseeing data collection, reporting to funders. Requirements: Law Degree (J.D.), licensed in the state of Florida, with experience assisting immigrants and asylum seekers in their claims for relief before the immigration court and DHS; experience working with children, especially with detained immigrant children, and experience working with survivors of abuse or other trauma is preferred. Strong public speaking skills, organizational and interpersonal skills, and attention to detail are essential. Fluency in Spanish preferred. If interested please send resume and a cover letter to hr@ycoop.org. Please include your name and the position in the subject line. No telephone calls please. Youth Co-Op Legal Services is an EOE.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys
Miami-Dade County, FL - Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. seeks staff attorneys (17 positions).Youth Co-Op Legal Services, Inc. a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing legal services to unaccompanied children (UC) in South Florida, is seeking Staff Attorneys for its legal services program. We provide services under a sub-contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)/Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) in cooperation with the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI). Duties and Responsibilities include: Conducting legal screenings for unaccompanied children in HHS/ORR custody; Providing direct legal representation to UC previously in HHS/ORR custody; Representing unaccompanied children seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Asylum, U, and T Visas; Performing on and off-site community outreach.Requirements: Law degree; One to two years of immigration law experience (desired); Admitted to practice in Florida and be an attorney in good standing; Proficiency in MS Office; Proficiency in English and Spanish; Reliable transportation, valid FDL, and evidence of insurability. If interested please send resume and a cover letter to hr@ycoop.org. Please include your name and the position in the subject line. No telephone calls please. Youth Co-Op Legal Services is an EOE.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Atlanta, GA - Ogletree Deakins' immigration practice group employs over 53 immigration attorneys and over 95 paraprofessionals. Our Atlanta, GA office has an opportunity for a business immigration paralegal to join the firm's expanding practice. We are fully committed to the importance of diversity within the legal profession, as well as all workplace environments and strongly encourage the interest of diverse candidates in the firm. Duties will include the preparation and filing of a wide range of immigration petitions, including H-1Bs, L-1s and labor certification applications. Our paralegals also compile and analyze case facts, draft correspondence, maintain and organize client documentation and have direct contact with clients and visa beneficiaries. The Immigration Paralegal will also review complex legal documents, compile and analyze case facts, determine and calendar deadlines. Requirements: Paralegal certification / Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university. Prior business immigration experience is highly preferred, but not required. Proficiency in all Microsoft applications, including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Expertise in Lexis, WestLaw, Live Note, Concordance, Case Map, Docketing, and Document Management Systems. Experience with expense and billing systems a plus. Outstanding case management and organizational skills are required. We are not working with outside recruiters for this position. Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please send your resume to jobs@odnss.com with "Atlanta Immigration Paralegal" in the subject line.

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, go to Job Search, click "Search openings," then enter Job Function: Tax, Location: ON-Toronto, and click "Search." There you'll see the position "Associate Lawyer, KPMG Law US Immigration."

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
October 23, 2015, 1:30pm - 3:30pm (Eastern). The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) will host the Second of three Stakeholder Meetings on New Rule on Recognition of Organizations and Accreditation of Non-Attorney Representatives. More information on this proposed rule is available at http://www.justice.gov/eoir/notice-eoir-publishes-rules. Participation in person or via webinar/teleconference. LOCATION: 5107 Leesburg Pike, Suite 1800, Falls Church, VA. To RSVP for the meeting, please contact Nathan Berkeley, EOIR Outreach Director, at EngageWithEOIR@usdoj.gov by noon on Wednesday, October 21, 2015. In your email, please indicate whether you intend to participate in person or by webinar/teleconference and provide the name(s) of the attendee(s), your organization, and an email address. EOIR will send web access and call-in information on Thursday, October 22, 2015,


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