Comment: NTA Policy Guidance, Sponsorship Of Refugees
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on The Case For Expanding Community Sponsorship Of Refugees, News on USCIS Publishes QAs from Teleconference on Continued Expansion of NTA Policy Guidance and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Article: The Case For Expanding Community Sponsorship Of Refugees By Matthew La Corte

Article: An Example of Inconsistent Consulate Decisions – The Culture of NO in current Immigration Process to Stop even the Legal Immigration By Jinhee Wilde, Esq.

Blogging: Of Caravans and Consequences By Jason Dzubow

News: USCIS Publishes QAs from Teleconference on Continued Expansion of NTA Policy Guidance

Focus: H1B to EB5
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Headline: Mexico asks US to investigate use of tear gas on migrants along border Click here
Headline: Geraldo Rivera: We treat migrants 'as if they’re zombies from "The Walking Dead"' Click here
Headline: Republicans float $5B plan to fund wall for two years Click here
Headline: Mother of toddler who died after ICE detainment sues US for $60 million Click here
Headline: Thousands of workers at HHS tent city for migrant children not fingerprinted: report Click here

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