Comment: Reading the Justices
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including two articles analyzing the Supreme Court Justices questions in United States v. Texas. Also find a blog on Unaccompanied Alien Children Apprehensions.

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Article: Understanding Justice Kennedy's "Upside Down" Argument in U.S. v. Texas. By Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

Article: United States v. Texas: What to Make of the Justices' Questions on Standing. By Nicholas Espiritu


Blogging: Unaccompanied Alien Children Apprehensions Fiscal Year 2016. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: I Was Not Hired So I Must Have Been Discriminated Against. By Bruce Buchanan

News: USCIS Posts Policy Memo on Matter of Z-A-, Inc . as an Adopted Decision

Focus: EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable April 26
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Each 30-minute session is presented at no charge. The sessions feature renowned immigration lawyer, Angelo Paparelli, and invited experts focusing on current developments and best practices in the EB-5 arena from the point of view of Regional Centers and syndicated EB-5 investment entities.

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Guest Speakers: Christian Triantaphyllis and Greg White
This month's topic is: Review and Analysis of USCIS Stakeholder's Engagement
Date: Tuesday, April 26, Time: 2:00-2:30pm ET
Registration Deadline: 11:00pm (ET), Monday, April 25, 2016

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Headline: Is Donald Trump A Modern-Day George Wallace? Click here
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Headline: Controversy Over Temporary Worker Programs Could Cloud Immigration Debate Click here
Headline: Frustrated TX Governor Says Supreme Court 'Politics' Will Result in Split Immigration Decision Click here

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Letters of the Week: Tobias Hess, Roger Algase

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
April 27, 2016, 2 - 3pm (Eastern). The Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman will hold a a teleconference on USCIS processing times. During the teleconference, USCIS's Office of Performance and Quality (OPQ) will explain how the agency calculates processing times, the challenges in collecting accurate data, the distinction between processing times posted as months vs. exact dates, and how customers can determine where their filings are in the process. to send questions or comments to RSVP with "Processing Times" in the subject line by April 26, 2016 to The teleconference call-in information will be provided upon RSVP.

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