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Article: EB-1 To Become Current in October 2018 Again for China and India – Is the Extraordinary Ability Visa the Best Option for Chinese Nationals? By Joseph Barnett

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Article: USCIS Publishes Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) Guidance – No Good News Here By Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, Esq. and Robert J. Blanco, Esq.

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Blogging: Americans Need to Speak Out Against Trump's Cruelty Amounting to Torture in Separating Helpless Immigrant Children From Their Parents By Roger Algase

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