Comment: Us and Them
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article on America's debt to foreign-born service members. Also find an article on H-1B cap exemption, a blog about a move to compel disclosures about deportation internment camps, and more.

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Article: Humayun Khan and America's Debt to Foreign-Born Service Members. By American Immigration Council Staff

Article: Close, But No Cigar! Meaning Of Affiliation For Purposes Of H-1B Cap Exemption. By Anand G. Sinha

Article: I-9 Discrimination and Employer Audits: Lessons learned from the FBA I-9 Worksite Enforcement Conference. By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: Federal Judge Asked to Compel Disclosures About Deportation Interment Camps. By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Trump's "Extreme Vetting" Destroys American Values, Recalls 1924 Act. By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Report on Asylum Statistics June 2016

Focus: The Family Book 2016-2017 Edition
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Headline: Collaborative immigration services to undocumented youth celebrates four years Click here
Headline: What Mexican immigration means for the economy Click here
Headline: Why Trumpism Will Outlast Donald Trump - POLITICO Magazine Click here
Headline: What Donald Trump means when he proposes 'extreme vetting' for would-be immigrants - LA Times Click here
Headline: Trump says German crime levels have risen and refugees are to blame. Not exactly. - The Washington Post Click here
Headline: Inside the administration's $1 billion deal to detain Central American asylum seekers - The Washington Post Click here
Headline: An immigrant goes toe-to-toe with Trump: 'You're fired!' Click here

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