Comment: Top Immigration Posts for May 2016
We feature the top articles and news items for May 2016 below:

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Article: America's 20-Year Immigration Crack Down: The Effects of IIRIRA. By Benjamin Snyder

Article: New Data: Immigration Surged in 2014 and 2015. By Steven Camarota

Bloggings by Matthew KolkenIs Hillary Clinton the Lesser of Two Evils on Immigration?     Lawsuit Seeks to Shed Light on Customs and Border Protection's Complaint Process

Blogging: The Asylum Office Scheduling Bulletin, Explained (Sort of). By Jason Dzubow

Blogging: Law Professors Fear Trump Will End Judicial Independence, Rule of Law. By Roger Algase

News: Memorandum Opinion and Order: State of Texas v. United States

Focus: The Removal Book
Editor: Priscillia Suntoso
Articles by Nadeen Aljijakli, Josh Bardavid, Philip Eichorn, Aga Haupt, Lauren Kosseff, Matthew Kriezelman, Michelle Mendez, Lory Rosenberg, Jason Schaffer, Kimberly Sutton, and others to be announced.

The Book Contents: Removal Proceedings; Grounds of Deportability; Grounds of Inadmissibility; Contesting Removability; Adjustment of Status; Waivers of Inadmissibility and Deportability in Removal Proceedings; Section 212(c) Relief and Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents; Cancellation and Suspension for Non-Permanent Resident Aliens; Asylum: Withholding of Removal and Protection Under the Convention Against Torture; Voluntary Departure; Naturalization as a Defense to Removal; Administrative Review of Removal Orders; Chapter 13: Judicial Review of Removal Orders; Removal Issues Outside the United States

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Headline: Trump orders surrogates to intensify criticism of judge and journalists Click here
Headline: Democratic congressman tells Trump: 'Shove it up your a--' - POLITICO Click here
Headline: Immigrants Fight Judges Order to Release Personal Information Click here
Headline: Democrats aim to cash in on anti-Trump feelings of Latinos Click here
Headline: Software Engineers: Exploited Migrant Workers? Click here
Headline: Conservatives Should Adopt Libertarian Immigration Policy Click here
Headline: Crops rot while immigration backlash idles farm lobby Click here
Headline: Latino Political Pulse: How Hispanics Have Changed California Politics - NBC News Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New Jersey. Growing Central NJ law firm seeks Bi-lingual, English/Spanish immigration attorney with at least 2 years experience with removal defense, motions, appeals. Criminal experience a plus. Must have strong interpersonal skills and good work ethic. Very competitive compensation package for right candidate. Great opportunity for someone with entrepreneurial spirit. Send resume to: Lawmind16@gmail.com.

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 seniorassociateresumes@gmail.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Providence, RI. The Providence, Rhode Island office of Green and Spiegel US LLC seeks an entry level associate to join our boutique business immigration law firm. Applicants with experience handling all aspects of business (employment) immigration (Nonimmigrant visas, including H-1B, L-1, E-1/2/3, TN; and Immigrant visas, including PERM cases, EB1 Managers and Outstanding Researchers) and family immigration (IR, I-130s, Waivers) will be given preferred status. Ideal candidate will be adept at efficient case handling, exhibit keen attention to detail, have a strong academic background, great analytical and writing skills, and be able to demonstrate leadership and initiative. Spanish language skills a plus. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to Andrew Rodgers, Associate Attorney, arodgers@gands-us.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Miami Beach, FL. Law firm specializing in Immigration and Business Immigration legal services is seeking an experienced Paralegal in its Miami Beach office on Lincoln Rd. Roles and responsibilities: Assist the Attorney in preparing immigration files including executive summaries and letters to government agencies, immigration forms, follow-up with clients, monitor timelines and deadlines, drafting of answers to RFE (particularly with E-2, L-1, H-1B, O-1, EB-1, H3, Labor certification); Business plan and translations; Maintenance of paper and electronic documentation, of cases' database, archiving, corporate documents; Experience/ qualifications: Fluent in French (not mandatory but highly preferred), Spanish is a plus; Immigration Paralegal experience required 2-4 years; Excellent writing and verbal communication skills, case and time management, proof reading ability, attention to detail, interpersonal skills, resourcefulness, organizational and multi-task skills. Send your resume in confidence to usavisa55@yahoo.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Cincinnati, OH. Musillo Unkenholt LLC is a fast-paced, growing immigration law firm that seeks a Business Immigration Attorney for our office in Cincinnati. The Attorney should have a keen attention to detail and a desire to work in fast-paced environment. A good candidate for either role has business immigration experience working in these areas: H-1B, L-1, PERM, I-140, and I-485. A great candidate is client-focused, dynamic, and a fun person. Please email resume and salary requirements to c.musillo@muimmigration.com.

Letters of the Week: Julian Ortuondo

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
June 9, 2016, 3 - 4pm (Eastern). USCIS invites you to participate in a teleconference about the extensions of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for Honduras and Nicaragua. USCIS will provide information about the extensions of the TPS designations and then answer non-case specific questions. For more information and registration instructions see here.


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