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Article: Urgent Immigration Law Update: President's Executive Orders on Immigration By Benjamin Snyder

Article: Limiting Legal Immigration: "Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Worker Visa Programs" By David Nachman, Michael Phulwani, and Ludka Zimovcak

Blogging: On Immigration, Trump Will Learn Promises are Easier Made Than Kept By Nolan Rappaport

Blogging: Trump's Immigration Ban Executive Order is Clumsy, but Perfectly Legal By Nolan Rappaport

Blogging: President Trump's Immigration Orders: Some Preliminary Thoughts By Jason Dzubow

Blogging: Senators Request Investigation into DHS Implementation of Trump’s Executive Order By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Prosecutorial Discretion for Removal Cases May be Coming to an End By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Are Trump's Orders to Deport Non-Criminal Immigrants, and Bar Muslims and Refugees, a Return Toward 1924 Europe-Only Quotas? By Roger Algase

Blogging: Trump's Ban Against and Denial of Basic Rights to Visa Holders From 7 Muslim Countries Cause Outrage and Fear of Return to 1924 Law By Roger Algase

News: DHS Announces Statements On The Entry of LPRs and Compliance with Court Orders and Executive Orders

News: Presidential Executive Order On Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements

News: Presidential Executive Order On Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States

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For more info please call (212)545-0818 or email or click here.

Headline: White House Defends Donald Trump's Refugee, Visa Order Click here
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Headline: LAPD chief: My officers won’t comply with Trump’s immigration ban Click here
Headline: Lyft will donate $1M to ACLU after Trump immigration ban Click here
Headline: What History Teaches Us About Trump's Immigration Order Click here

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Letters of the Week

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How Race Is Made in America: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Historical Power of Racial Scripts - University of California Press, 232 pages ISBN: 978-0520280083, $27.95

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