Comment: USCIS Finishes H-1B Lottery, USCIS Policy Manual Updates
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on AAO National Interest Waiver Decisions, News on District Judge Blocks Revocation of DACA, USCIS Finishes H-1B Lottery. please scroll down to find the item(s) below.Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Article: Entrepreneurship in the National Interest: A Review of AAO National Interest Waiver Decisions under Matter of Dhanasar By David Wilks, Brooke Ireland, and Stephen Yale-Loehr

Blogging: District Judge Blocks Revocation of DACA based on Misstatements of Fact By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: USCIS Finishes H-1B Lottery By Chris Musillo

Blogging: Trump's Latest Inhuman Attack on Latino Immigrants as "Animals" Could Cause Problems for his Anti-Immigrant Agenda in Court By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Policy Alert Rescinding Guidance on Tenant-Occupancy Methodology for EB-5 Cases

News: USCIS Announces Policy Manual Updates on EB-5 Tenant Occupancy and Adjustment of Status Interview Waivers

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Headline: GOP split on immigration is a crisis for Ryan’s team Click here
Headline: Trump on deported immigrants: “They’re not people. They’re animals.” Click here
Headline: Trump rails against California for its immigration policies Click here
Headline: House GOP Leaders Increase Pressure To Kill Immigration Vote Effort Click here
Headline: Gov. Brown signs bill preventing disclosure of immigration status in court Click here

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