Comment: Nepal TPS, Ellis Island
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Aritcle: The Trump Administration Is Placing More Long-Residing Immigrants Into Court Proceedings By Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

News: USCIS and CBP to Implement Form I-129 Pilot Program for Canadian L-1 Nonimmigrants

News: DHS Announcement on Temporary Protected Status for Nepal

News: ICE Publishes Handbook for Handling Minors Encountered by DHS

News: USCIS Premieres Video Highlighting Historic Connections to Ellis Island

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Headline: ICE held an American man in custody for 1,273 days. He’s not the only one who had to prove his citizenship Click here
Headline: It Can Take More Than 20 Years to Legally Immigrate to the U.S. Click here
Headline: Report: Immigration Officials Seek to Prosecute Parents Illegally Entering US Click here
Headline: US to end special protection for 9,000 Nepalese immigrants, giving them 2019 deadline to leave Click here
Headline: US attorney supports ICE arrest of Chinese immigrant in federal court Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Ridgewood, NJ - Northern New Jersey law firm has an immediate opening for an Immigration Paralegal or Immigration Specialist with 2-10 years of quality immigration experience, with a focus on business-related immigration services to corporate clients. Candidates must have experience in preparing E, H, L, O, P petitions as well as NIW and PERM filings. Must have excellent writing and organizational skills and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Experience preferred, but will train the right candidate. The position will be based in the Ridgewood NJ office. Send resume, cover letter, salary requirement, and writing sample to: HR@visaserve.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Immigration attorney needed for Cincinnati based firm with a national practice. Will handle employment based matters including H-1b, PERM, and L cases. Must have excellent writing and organizational skills and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. The ability to bang your head against a wall repeatedly will serve you well. Experience preferred, but will train the right candidate. The position will be based in the firm's Cincinnati office. Send resume with cover letter to: rita@hammondlawgroup.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY - Leading Downtown Law Firm seeks Immigration Paralegal: The duties include: Prepare labor certification applications, monitor status and deadlines throughout the recruitment process, and maintain corresponding PERM audit files. Communicate with clients to collect questionnaires and documents for applications, provide case updates and respond to inquiries regarding case status. Update and maintain case files via client software program. Previous experience in the business immigration law area and PERM labor certification process preferred. Must have strong communication skills and attention to detail. BS/BA degree required. The applicants can send resumes to the following email address: lawfirm555@gmail.com

Letters of the Week

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading
Can We Solve the Migration Crisis? By Jacqueline Bhabha. Polity, 140 pp. Paperback, ISBN: 1509519408, $12.95 https://www.amazon.com/Solve-Migrati.../dp/1509519408


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