Comment: Perspectives on United States v. Texas
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including two articles presenting differing opinions on the Supreme Court case of United States v. Texas. Also find an article on converting an O-1 Visa to a Green Card.

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Article: Understanding the Legal Challenges to Executive Action. By American Immigration Council

Article: The Implications of United States v. Texas. By John Miano

Article: Ten Things to Know About Converting an O-1 Visa to a Green Card. By Joseph Barnett

Blogging: Notice of Filing Is Not Required to List Every Job Duty and Requirement. By Cadence Moore

News: USCIS Will Temporarily Suspend Use of Pre-Paid Mailers for Certain H-1B Cap Subject Petitions

News: Ex-ICE attorney sentenced to prison for falsifying document in immigration case

News: The President's Executive Order Blocking Property and Suspending Entry Into the United States of Persons Contributing to the Situation in Libya

News: USCIS Message - New Workload Transfer Updates Web Page

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Headline: The Limits to President Obama's Authority on Immigration Executive Orders Click here
Headline: Immigrant Women Lead Efforts to Transform Conditions for Domestic Workers in Illinois Click here
Headline: Frustrated by new U.S. program to take in migrants, Central American parents turn to smugglers - LA Times Click here
Headline: DHS Launches Program to Pre-Qualify Employers Click here
Headline: Ex-ICE attorney sentenced to prison for falsifying document in immigration case - ICE Click here
Headline: Texas immigrant population ties New York's - Pew Research Center Click here
Headline: Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Sent to Live with Undocumented Adults Who May Be in US Illegally - Latin Post Click here

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY. Immigration firm seeks an experienced full-time paralegal to assist the managing attorney in the preparation and submission of O and P visa petitions for musical artists and entertainers. Qualified candidates must: prepare all immigration forms as required; perform research in order to draft letters of support and respond to requests for additional evidence; assemble petitions for submission to immigration; manage the caseload and provide status updates. Requirements: Bachelor's degree; at least two years of experience in employment-based non-immigrant visa petitions; strong writing and communication skills; excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; ability to multi-task and effectively manage time. Salary commensurate with experience. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to For more information about the firm, please visit:

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
A well-regarded mid-sized immigration boutique is seeking a Senior Associate for NIV processing with an excellent substantive and technical grasp of the NIV process based on 3+ years of experience doing NIV cases including H-1s, L-1s, New Office L-1s, and Entrepreneur H1Bs. Candidate must be able to handle a high-volume workload, fast-paced office environment, and must have the ability to think creatively to find legal solutions to client problems while remaining within the general case processing approach of the law firm. Attractive compensation package provided. To begin the interview process, please send your resume to

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