Comment: Immigration Enforcement Program, EB-5 Petitions
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including article on DHS Secretary Statement on Controversial Immigration Enforcement Program Threatens U.S. Communities, and news on DOS Announces Email Processing Now Required for EB-5 Petitions. please scroll down to find the item(s) below.Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Article: This Controversial Immigration Enforcement Program Threatens U.S. Communities By Tory Johnson for Immigration Impact

Blogging: Immigrant Child Separation was Only Part of Trump's Agenda of Turning Back 50 Years of Progress in Racial Equality and Civil Rights By Roger Algase

Blogging: ICE Raids Continue with Raids at Fresh Mark in Ohio By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: European Union refugee application outcomes for 1st quarter 2018 By Nolan Rappaport

Blogging: Supreme Court Rules For Immigrants in Statutory Eligibility Case By Matthew Kolken

News: DOS Announces Email Processing Now Required for EB-5 Petitions

Focus: EB-5 Roundtable with Angelo Paparelli

This month's free 45-minute telephonic EB5 Roundtable with Angelo Paparelli features:
Guest Speakers: Mark Katzoff, Brandon Meyer and Rohit Turkhud
This month's topic is: China Collapse – India Rising – New Regulations Forthcoming: What's Next for the EB-5 Program?
Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - Time: 2:00-2:30pm ET
Registration Deadline: 11:00pm (ET), Monday, May 28, 2018
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To view speakers and their biographies, please see:

Headline: House GOP leaders push immigration vote to next week Click here
Headline: First lady calls for 'common sense immigration reform' after visit to Texas border Click here
Headline: U.S. Prepares Housing Up to 20,000 Migrants on Military Bases Click here
Headline: Trump tells Republicans to 'stop wasting their time' on immigration Click here
Headline: Trump accuses Dems of 'phony stories' of sadness on border, seeks delay on immigration fix until after midterms Click here

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Letters of the Week

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading
Refugee Crisis: The Borders of Human Mobility By Melina Duarte, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, Serena Parekh, and Annamari Vitikainen Routledge, 166 pp. Hardcover, ISBN: 0815382847, $140.00.

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