Comment: FY2017 Statistics, EB-5 Update
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles on EB-5 Update – New State Department Data Released, News on EOIR Releases FY2017 Statistics Yearbook and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Article: EB-5 Update – New State Department Data Released By Bernard Wolfsdorf, Robert Blanco, Joseph Barnett, and Vivian Zhu

Article: 7 Things We Learned from New EB-5 Program Chief Sarah M. Kendall By Joseph Barnett

Article: President Trump's Efforts to Turn Back the Clock and Change the Racial Demographics of Immigration By Kevin R. Johnson

Article: The Dwindling Migrant Caravan Marches On As Trump Glowers And Threatens By Alan Lee, Esq.

Blogging: ICE Raids Causing Jobs to go Unfilled By Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: USCIS Announces The Termination Of Self-scheduled Infopass Appointments By Chris Musillo

Blogging: In Defiance of Hate By Jason Dzubow

Blogging: To save EB-5, it is essential to combat the disease of this administration's anti-immigrant intolerance and demonizing, not just the symptoms. By Roger Algase

News: EOIR Releases FY2017 Statistics Yearbook

Focus: H1B to EB5

    Exhibition/speaking opportunities for November H-1B events are available. Please see below for our current H1B to EB5 Expo schedule:
    • Washington, DC - Monday, November 12 ( 1 Seat Available )
    • Atlanta, GA - Wednesday, November 14 ( 1 Seat Available )
    • San Jose, CA - Friday, November 16 ( SOLD OUT )
    • Boston, MA - Monday, November 26 ( 4 Seats Available )
    • Dallas, TX - Wednesday, November 28 ( 2 Seats Available )
    • Los Angeles, CA - Friday, November 30 ( 1 Seat Available )

    Half Day Event for Indian H-1Bs considering EB-5 Option (Speaking Opportunity included) Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards.
    Special Note for Attorneys: This event will feature two immigration attorney panels solely on immigration law matters. The only way an immigration attorney can participate and speak at this event is if they are nominated by an issuer who is exhibiting at the event (there is no fee charged to immigration attorneys).

    EB-5 Issuers only - $3,999 per city for H-1B Event
    (Inquire about Discounts and also about Platinum Level)

    For more info please call (212)545-0818 or email or click here.

    Headline: Trump says soldiers might fire on migrants throwing rocks Click here
    Headline: CNN host: White House pushing 'racist theater' designed to 'get votes' Click here
    Headline: Trump keeps spotlight on immigration, but punts on asylum changes Click here
    Headline: Trump suggests foreign dictators take advantage of birthright citizenship Click here
    Headline: Immigration Gaining on Healthcare as Most Important Issue in Midterm Elections Click here

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    Letters of the Week

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