Comment: EB-5 Visa Backlog, RFE Magnets
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on EB-5 Visa Backlog, RFE Magnets, News on USCIS Efforts Lead to Sentencing of Florida Woman for Obtaining U.S. Citizenship. please scroll down to find the item(s) below.Please let us know your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

Article: EB-5 Visa Backlog, Cross-Chargeability and the Global Market By Hermione Krumm, Esq.

Article: Why The Proposed USCIS Memo on Unlawful Presence for F, J and M Nonimmigrants Will Cause More Trouble for Government Itself? By Xiaojie (Marta) Meng, Deok (Doug) Song

Blogging: ICE Raids are Back: ICE Raids Ohio Flower and Garden Center By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: If (or When) Trump Becomes US "Supreme Leader", History Could Show That His Rise to Total Power Began With His Muslim Ban Orders By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Efforts Lead to Sentencing of Florida Woman for Obtaining U.S. Citizenship by Fraud and False Statements

News: USCIS Helps Get Conviction in Asylum Fraud

Focus: PERM Illuminated - Hot Off the Presses
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Headline: The House’s chaotic immigration fight, explained Click here
Headline: Paul Ryan promises House immigration vote in election season Click here
Headline: ICE to transfer 1,600 immigrant detainees to federal prisons, report says Click here
Headline: Despite pressure, House Republicans fail to reach immigration deal Click here
Headline: Congress must address the plight of legal immigrant children Click here

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