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  • February 24 - Misdirected Terrorism Concerns

    Comment: Misdirected Terrorism Concerns
    Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article on the alleged threat of the Syrian Refugees; and an article on the effect of Justice Scalia's Death on the DAPA/DACA Case. Read a blog explaining that it is procedurally impossible to deport 12 million in 8 years. Also read the statement by EOIR Director concerning Unaccompanied Children.

    Share your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com

    Article: Are Syrian Refugees a real threat? By Tammy Wincott

    Article: What Does Justice Scalia's Death Mean for United States v. Texas, the DAPA/DACA Case? By Beth Werlin

    Article: H-1B Practice Tip - LCAs with multiple beneficiaries and required attachment. By Dino Palangic et. al

    Blogging: It is Procedurally Impossibile to Deport 12 Million in 8 Years. By Matthew Kolken

    Blogging: Can Trump's Anti-Immigrant Agenda Lead to Authoritarian Rule? Part 2. By Roger Algase

    News: EOIR Director Osuna Statement on Unaccompanied Children at Senate Judiciary Hearing

    Focus: ILW.COM is pleased to announce The PERM Book 2015-16 edition.
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    Headline: America Needs Fewer Walls and More Immigrants Click here
    Headline: Obama's Child Immigration Approach 'Is Not Working' Click here
    Headline: Immigrants Have Varying Views on the Path to Citizenship Click here
    Headline: Ted Cruz on Illegal Immigrants: Better Walls, Border Patrols & Biometric Scanners Click here
    Headline: HHS relaxes entry rules on immigrants with STDs - Washington Times Click here
    Headline: Melania Trump says her husband has no beef with Mexican Americans Click here
    Headline: A New Immigrant-Friendly Policing Policy in New Orleans Bans Racial Profiling Click here

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Troy, Ann Arbor and Detroit, MI - Ellis Porter, a boutique immigration law firm with offices in Troy, Ann Arbor and Detroit, MI is seeking an experienced Business Immigration Case Manager (Paralegal) to join our team. We are looking for individuals with at least 1 year experience working in the business immigration field who are familiar with H-1Bs, L-1s, I-140s, I-485s and PERM applications. If you have excellent communication skills, a positive, professional attitude and you take your work (but not yourself) seriously, Ellis Porter is the place for you! Ellis Porter offers a fun work environment and a chance to be a part of a fast growing immigration law firm with an exciting mission. We offer a competitive salary, health care benefits, retirement savings plan, flexible schedules, casual attire, and lots free food and office field trips. Please send resume and cover letter to Marc Topoleski (marc.topoleski@ellisporter.com).

    Help Wanted: Associate Attorney
    Coral Gables, FL - Fonte Immigration Firm is an established, AV Rated Immigration Law Firm in Coral Gables handling a full range of immigration matters, including employment based immigration cases, as well as family based cases, naturalization, asylum and complex removal defense. The firm is seeking an experienced, full time Associate Attorney for our business department to handle Non-Immigrant visas (E1/E2, H-1, H2, H3, L1A/B, O, P, R, etc.) and permanent residence (Labor Certification, EB1, EB2, EB5, Religious Workers, etc.). Must be able to work independently and as part of a team with excellent oral and written communication skills. Fluency in Spanish is required, Portuguese a plus. A minimum of 2 years of experience is required; salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, bar dues, membership in AILA, among others. Please send resume, references and writing sample to kfonte@visadoctors.com.

    Help Wanted: Associate Attorney
    New York, NY - Goldstein & Lee P.C. with offices in New York & London is seeking a New York associate attorney with three to five years' experience exclusively in Business Immigration with emphasis on E,I, and H petitions & applications. Experience in preparing PERM applications required. Preference for candidate with consular experience with emphasis on ineligibilities and waivers. Must be highly organized, with strong work ethic with meticulous attention to detail. Attorney will also do general consular work on London office matters. Must be admitted to NY bar. Written references required. Send resumes to richardgoldstein@goldsteinvisa.com

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    New York, NY - Goldstein & Lee P.C. with offices in New York & London is seeking an immigration paralegal for New York with two to five years' experience exclusively in Business Immigration with emphasis on E,I, and H petitions & applications. Experience in preparing PERM applications required. Must be highly organized, with strong work ethic with meticulous attention to detail. Written references required. Bachelor's degree required. Send resumes to richardgoldstein@goldsteinvisa.com

    Letters of the Week: Roger Algase

    ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
    March 3, 2016, 12 - 1:30pm (Eastern), Cambridge, MA. The Sociology Department at Harvard University will host a presentation on "U.S. Cuban Immigration Exceptionalism and its Unintended Consequences" by Susan Eckstein, Professor of Sociology and International Relations at Boston University. This presentation is part of the Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Workshop. Location: William James Hall 601. For more information on the workshop see here.


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