Comment: Immigration Enforcement, H-2B Cap
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on Limits on Immigration Enforcement, News on USCIS to Conduct Lottery for Temporary Increase in FY 2018 H-2B Cap, DOL Cites Another Win for Trump’s Hire American Executive Order. please scroll down to find the item(s) below.Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Aritcle: Local Limits on Immigration Enforcement Successfully Slow Deportation Machine By Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

Blogging: Young Girl Previously Detained at Berks Dies a Hero Trying to Save Her Mother By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: ICE arrests 114 workers in immigration raid at Ohio gardening company By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: ICE Deportations Only Half Levels of Five Years Ago By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Immigrant Army Recruit Faces Deportation Despite Assurances by Mattis By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Did The DOL Eliminate Staffing Company Green Cards? By Chris Musillo

Blogging: Undocumented immigrants shouldn't replace legal ones By Nolan Rappaport

Blogging: DOL Cites Another Win for Trump’s Hire American Executive Order By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: Sessions Admits Separating Children is "Terrible" But Plans to Continue it. This Recalls US Cruelty to Jewish Children Fleeing Nazis By Roger Algase

News: USCIS to Conduct Lottery for Temporary Increase in FY 2018 H-2B Cap

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