Comment: United States v. Texas Starts
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including two articles on the initial oral arguments before the Supreme Court case of United States v. Texas. Read an article on the recent SEC enforcement actions. Also find the recent testimonies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the EB-5 Visa Program.

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Article: Some Preliminary Reactions to the Oral Argument in United States v. Texas. By David Isaacson

Article: U.S. v. Texas - TRUE OR FALSE? By Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

Article: Lessons Learned from the Recent Securities and Exchange Commission Enforcement Actions. By Jeff Campion

Blogging: DOS ADDRESSES EB-3 PHILIPPINES AND INDIA VISA BULLETIN RETROGRESSION. By Chris Musillo

Blogging: OSC Issues TAL related to Export Control Laws. By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: Did Texas v. US Help Create Donald Trump? And What About Plenary Power? By Roger Algase

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Statement by Senator Chuck Grassley

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Statement By Senator Patrick Leahy

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Testimony By Daniel J. Healy

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Testimony By Timothy J. Whipple

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Testimony By Peter D. Joseph

News: Senate EB-5 Hearing: Testimony By Gary Friedland

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