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  • November 13 - Instant Immigration News with Twitter

    Comment: Instant Immigration News with Twitter
    Being part of a fast-paced generation, where time is essential and something is happening every second, can be difficult to keep up with. There's a place with millions of people where you can receive the latest events, news, have direct access to media members, public officials, attorneys, law firms, and other internet users who want to communicate with you. This place is Twitter; its users see their popularity increase with each mention and new follower. By using 140 character messages, hash tags, retweets and direct messages you'll be able to connect with potential customers, businesses, friends and reconnect with old ones. Twitter gets you on search engines, group similar tweets together and be listed among other well-known Twitter users. The newsfeed is accessible either on your mobile device or computer and the codes are available for your website. If you've ever wondered how to have access to all these benefits, then all you have to do is join Twitter and when you do, don't hesitate to follow us with one simple click to this button.

    Article: Understanding Where We're at and What Comes Next in DACA/DAPA Case. By Beth Werlin

    Article: 'Substantially the Same' - An Update. By Benjamin A. Kranc

    Article: Why does the US discriminate against immigrants from big countries? By David Bier

    Blogging: Asylum Seekers Released with Ankle Bracelets, Same Firm Profits. By Matthew Kolken

    Blogging: 5th Cir. Uses Drivers Licences as Immigration Power Grab Pt. 1. By Roger Algase

    News: USCIS Message: Update to Form I-485

    News: CBP Announces Way Forward on the Use of Body-Worn Cameras

    News: CBP Notice: Biometrics Test at Otay Mesa POE

    Focus: EB5 India Opportunity
    India Opportunity:

    • India saw the 43,000 millionaires leave the country in ten years ending in 2013-second only to China.
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    • India is the only competitor to China in the long run in EB-5. No other country can even come close to China.
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    Headline: In a crowded immigration court, seven minutes to decide a family's future Click here
    Headline: The G.O.P. at an Immigration Crossroads Click here
    Headline: Obama: Trump's Immigration Plan Would Cost 'Hundreds of Billions' Click here
    Headline: Immigration ruling shows risks of relying on executive actions Click here

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    New York, NY. Seek experienced law clerk for small but established Midtown employment-based immigration firm. Detailed-oriented, trustworthy & possess excellent writing skills in English. The position includes opportunities for career advancement and training. Starts immediately with flexible hours. EB1, EB2, EB5, E2, O, H1B, PERM experience strongly preferred. compensation: $12 - $20 per hour. employment type: contract. telecommuting okay. Please email resume with writing sample and 2 references to tlin@tlalaw.nyc. Thank you!

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Washington, DC. - Morgan Lewis is currently seeking an Immigration Paralegal for the Immigration Practice Group who will be resident in our Washington, DC office. The responsibilities include providing the highest levels of client service in the preparation of a broad range of business immigration matters (H-1B, TN, L-1, E-1, E-2, O-1; -PERM, I-40, AOS). The internationally recognized immigration practice is dynamic and collegial, with excellent opportunities for professional growth, and the tools and support of one of the world\'s largest full-service law firms. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree and at least one year of experience in business immigration and an interest in pursuing business immigration as a career. The candidate should also have case management aptitude and skill, good independent judgment and analytical skills, a working knowledge and application of legal processes applied in immigration law, demonstrated organizational and technical skills, and the ability to function as part of a team. The ability to work well under pressure and prioritize and balance competing demands are a must. Morgan Lewis is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. http://www.morganlewis.com/careers. Send resumes to jeid@morganlewis.com.

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    ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
    November 19, 2015, 2 - 3pm (Eastern). The Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman will hold a teleconference to review highlights from the Fifth Annual Conference held on November 5, 2015. The teleconference speakers will share insights learned during panel discussions on employment, humanitarian and family-based immigration issues. Registered participants will have an opportunity to provide feedback during the Q&A section of the teleconference. Please RSVP with "Ombudsman Conference Recap" in the subject line by Tuesday November 17, 2015 to CISOmbudsman.PublicAffairs@hq.dhs.gov. Teleconference call-in information will be provided upon RSVP.


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