Comment: Rebutting the Immigrant Welfare Report
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article rejecting The recent CIS report on the cost of immigrant welfare. Also read an article presenting various ideas on the EB-5 Visa Program, and a blog on the rising profits of private prisons from jailing immigrant children.

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Article: Report on Immigrant Welfare Use is Fundamentally Flawed - Here's Why. By Walter Ewing


Article: Pair of 10s: Challenges and Tactics Most Vital to Growth. By Ed Poll

Bloggings by Matthew KolkenPolicy of Jailing Immigrant Children Swelling Private-Prison Profits     Immigration Attorney Convicted of Fraud for Falsifying Asylum Applications

Blogging: Trump Campaign's Law Firm Represents Muslims, Mexicans, Criminal Aliens. By Jason Dzubow

News: USCIS Posts Updated Editions of Forms I-765, I-924, I-924A, I-129CW and I-612

News: CBP Release- Jury convicts Chicago-area attorney of immigration fraud for falsifying clients' asylum applications

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Safe Passage Project is seeking to create a powerful new program model and to launch a new chapter with the help of a dynamic, dedicated leader who will serve as the new Executive Director ("ED"). Safe Passage Project has grown rapidly since 2013 in response to a dramatic increase in the number of youth needing assistance and representation in immigration court. The new ED will need to rise to these challenges and opportunities with strategic skills in fundraising, management and building support from many different stakeholders. The successful candidate will be an intelligent self-starter and strong fiscal manager aligned to the mission of Safe Passage Project. The ED must be able to represent the organization skillfully in the community; build partnerships; advocate on behalf of Safe Passage Project, its clients, and its mission; and work closely with the Board and the organization's supporters. We seek someone who can bring long-term stability, who can both manage and inspire staff, and who will maintain flexibility as the needs of our clients and volunteers change. The ED will be responsible for maximizing resources (raising significant financial support every year), managing staff and volunteers, and serving as the external (and internal) face of the organization. To apply please submit a cover letter, resume and two references to Megan Eiss-Proctor at Applications reviewed upon submission. Applications will be accepted until May 27, 2016 or until the position is filled.

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Cincinnati, OH. The Cincinnati office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP seeks a mid-level associate to join our Immigration practice group. Applicants should have three to five years of experience handling all aspects of business (employment) immigration and managing clients with Nonimmigrant visas, including H-1B, L-1, E-1/2/3, TN; and Immigrant visas, including a high degree of success with PERM cases, as well as EB1 Managers and Outstanding Researchers. Experience should include consular processing and employer compliance counseling. Focus on efficient case handling and high level of attention to detail. The ideal candidate will have a strong academic background, great analytical and writing skills, and be able to demonstrate leadership and initiative. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript via email to: Jerry Perry, Director of Legal Recruiting & Professional Development

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