Comment: Various Items
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article explaining Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders proposed Immigration Policy. Also read an article on whether December 11th matters for EB-5 investors. See blogs about Syrian Refugees and Secretary Johnson statement on the steps DHS will take to further secure the Homeland.

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Article: Bernie Sanders, A Fair and Humane Immigration Policy. By Kevin Johnson

Article: Does December 11 Matter? By H. Ronald Klasko

Article: Update: EADS & Accepting Job Promotions Post I-140 Approval is Soon Going to Be a Reality. By Michael Phulwani, David H. Nachman and Rabindra K. Singh

Blogging: US Security Officials Discount Danger of Syrian Refugee Terrorism. By Roger Algase

Blogging: Fighting Syrian Refugees... With Lies. By Jason Dzubow

News: DHS Secretary Statement On Steps To Further Secure The Homeland

News: OIG Report on Major Management and Performance Challenges Facing DHS

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
December 10, 2015, 6pm (Eastern), New York, NY. The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) will hold a discussion with Lavinia Limon on the "Syrian Refugee Crisis." The discussion will include an overview of the Syrian refugee crisis, including a discussion of the numbers and flows of Syrian refugees, the impact on Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq and their response, U.S. and International Community response, resettlement of Syrian refugees and the responsibility of the international community. Location: Orrick's NY Office, CBS Building, 51 West 52nd Street. RSVP by Friday, December 4 here.

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