Comment: Various Items
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article describing the reasons to welcome Syrian refugees after the recent Paris attacks; Read a blog post about defending Muslim refugees; and a USCIS memo on the original Standard Operating Procedure draft for DACA.

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Article: Hiding behind Reg "S"? Be very careful! By Robert Whyte

Article: Six Reasons to Welcome Syrian Refugees After Paris. By Dave Bier

Article: Ten Facts about EB-5 Immigrant Investor Fiscal Year 2015 Numbers. By Bernard Wolfsdorf, Esq.

Blogging: Hispanic Caucus 'Irate' Over NBC Exec's Use of Illegal, Hillary Clinton Gets a Pass. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: In Defense of Muslim Refugees. By Jason Dzubow

News: DOS Eliminates Visa Page Inserts for U.S. Passports

News: ICE Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting on Family Detention

News: State Secretary Delegation of Authority Under Section 306 of the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act

News: USCIS Original SOP Draft on Deferred Action and Comments

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