Comment: Public Charge Rule, Special Immigrant Juvenile Classification

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article on Public Charge Rule, Blogging and News about Special Immigrant Juvenile Classification and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

Article: Where Do We Stand Today After 3 Courts Put A Temporary Halt On The Public Charge Rule? By Alan Lee, Esq.

Blogging: DOJ Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against USAA By Bruce Buchanan, Sebelist Buchanan Law

Blogging: An Interview with MaryBeth Keller, Former Chief Immigration Judge of the United States By Jason Dzubow

Blogging: Trump's "workarounds" to bring back 1920's white supremacy in legal immigration without Congressional approval are laying the foundation for dictatorship By Roger Algase

Blogging: New “Public Charge” Rule Suspended By Maria Schneider

News: USCIS Clarifies Special Immigrant Juvenile Classification to Better Ensure Victims of Abuse, Neglect and Abandonment Receive Protection

Focus: Email Campaign to EB5 List

Late-deciding Indian Investors


Some with SOF almost completed

The Audience

  • We have conducted 70+ H1B to EB5 events in the US in 2018 & 2019 and have a contact list in the low-five-figures of H1B visa holders interested in EB5, this is a dynamic list to which we add new email addresses each week
  • We will send your email campaign to a randomly selected group of 5,000 email addresses
  • 98% of the people are in the contiguous 48 states in the US, 90% are Indian (with the rest Pakistani, Bangladeshi, etc.)
  • We do not offer list of attendees--only the exhibitors at the event receive attendee lists, the above list is of no-shows only


The Email Campaign

  • Your email will be sent out to 5,000 H1Bs interested in EB5.
  • The email will use your creative including images; and will contain your contact information, including your phone number, your email address, and link(s) to your website. We will send you a test email for approval before sending the broadcast out.
  • The "from" email address will be your email address so you will receive the replies directly from the recipients.
  • One week after the email, we will send you basic statistics such as open rates, click rates etc.

Rent vs. Buy

  • An email list is “burnt” by excessive use—and it is in our interest, and also in our clients’, interest that the list does not get burnt.
  • Therefore, we are not selling our email list itself as then anyone can sell it to multiple parties. The recipients will receive numerous emails thus destroying the value of the list for everyone who uses it. Rather, we are renting the list to about half a dozen clients and timing the emails sent out such that it does not “burn” the list and thus ensuring that our clients get the best results from the email list.
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