Comment: Asylum Cases, Mexican border

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on Asylum Cases, Blogging and News about Mexican border, and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

Article: How to Challenge Gang Designations in Asylum Cases By Beau Baumann and Stephen Yale-Loehr*

Blogging: Presidential Proclamation Regarding Immigrants And Health Insurance By Maria Schneider

Blogging: In appalling example of racism and hypocrisy, Trump administration sends asylum-seekers to dangerous Mexican border towns that it is warning American citizens to stay away from By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Publish Public Charge Provisions of Immigration Law: A Brief Historical Background

Focus: Last Turkey EB5 Events

Only 6 Weeks Left of Grace Period
Get late-deciding Turkish investors - some with SOF nearly complete

Turkey Expos - TWO Seats Available!

October 25, 2019 —Istanbul
October 26, 2019 —Izmir
October 27, 2019 —Ankara
October 28, 2019 —Istanbul

About Turkey Expos:

  • Turkey is the fastest growing of the smaller EB5 markets, has significant population, and serious reasons to move families to USA. English is widely spoken in Turkey
  • Turkey has 80 million people, 18th largest country in the world. Turkey is NOT a poor country, its GDP is $751 billion, also 18th largest in the world (in other words, it has a large number of millionaires and deca-millionaires)

Turkey Expos Format:

  • Expo featuring seminar and exhibition; Meetings with investors.
  • Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards.
  • Special Note for Attorneys: The only way an immigration attorney can participate and speak at this event is if they are nominated by the issuer exhibiting at the custom expo. (there is no fee charged to immigration attorneys).

Price:

EB-5 Issuers: $11,999 for all 4 cities combined (discounts available)

Number of issuers strictly limited.

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*Special Note for Attorneys: The only way an immigration attorney can participate and speak at this event is if they are nominated by the issuer exhibiting at the custom expo.

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Headline: The “Living Undocumented” Team Opened Up About The Woman Deported To Mexico After Her Husband Voted For Trump Click here
Headline: ‘Immigration: The Facts Explained,’ October 18 With IRIS Click here
Headline: Border surge sends immigration court backlog soaring to nearly 1 million cases Click here
Headline: Migrant caravans: Finally feeling safe, she longs for her wife and son Click here
Headline: Where in the U.S. are immigrants most likely to be caught by ICE? Click here

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney

We are seeking one full-time attorney with 1+ years of experience in the immigration field, who is licensed to practice law in any U.S. jurisdiction, however a license to practice in New York, New Jersey and/or Pennsylvania is preferred. Knowledge of Russian or Spanish is also preferred, but not required. Salary is commensurate with experience and will be discussed in detail, as well as benefits offered, at the interview and before the job offer. About our firm: We are a boutique, diversified immigration law firm also practicing in federal court civil litigation. We consist of 2 attorneys and 3 paralegals and have an outstanding, friendly, team-oriented environment. In our office, we emphasize teamwork and the quality of our work, as well as ethical professionalism, are our top priorities. Our office is located in the Bensonhurst area of Brooklyn, right off of the D Train, for easy commuting. Our office is also conveniently located near residential parking, if candidates have a car and wish to drive to work and not pay for parking. Successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to handle a high volume and diverse case load, have excellent English writing and communication skills, as well as close attention to detail and organizational skills. Candidates should send resume and writing sample, no longer than 10 pages in length and preferably immigration-related, to allison@bibicheff.com. No phone calls please.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

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Letters of the Week

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
Securing the Border and Restoring Law and Order, 2:00-3:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 15, 2019, The Heritage Foundation, Lehrman Auditorium, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002. More Info: https://www.heritage.org/homeland-security/event/securing-the-border-and-restoring-law-and-order


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