Comment: Immigration Dollars and Sense
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article reporting on immigrants' economic contributions to all 50 states. Also find a blog on negotiating with ICE on penalties, a CRS report on numerical limits on permanent employment-based immigration, and more.

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Article: How Immigrants Strengthen the Economies of all 50 States. By Walter Ewing

Article: The Increasing Cost of Form I-9 Non-Compliance. By John Fay

Article: District of Columbia v. Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeal: Who Will Be the Bigger Influencer In Interpreting EB-5 Laws? By Joseph P. Whalen

Blogging: FAQ on Policies For Immigration Enforcement at Sensitive Locations. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: BALCA Overturns Denial After Using a 'Totality of the Circumstances' Test. By Cadence Moore

Blogging: Negotiating with ICE Concerning Penalties. By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: Did Melania Trump Commit Fraud By Using Visitor Visa To Work in US? By Roger Algase

News: CRS Report - Numerical Limits on Permanent Employment-Based Immigration: Analysis of the Per-Country Ceilings

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Headline: Study: Immigrants Make Big Contributions To U.S., Kentucky Economies Click here
Headline: Report: Immigrant Businesses Have Big Economic Impact For Ohio Click here
Headline: Report: Clinton hits Trump for profiting off foreign labor Click here
Headline: Tips to Employers for Handling Site Visits Click here
Headline: Oklahoma coalition calls for national immigration reform Click here
Headline: Trump's campaign has been tough on immigration. But how did Melania Trump enter the U.S.? Click here
Headline: Farm Bureau states case for immigration reform Click here

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Letters of the Week: Roger Algase, Nolan Rappaport, Julian Ortuondo

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