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  • August 3 - Brain Retention

    Comment: Brain Retention
    Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including an article on attracting and retaining STEM graduates. Also find an article on the ever-increasing wait time for a Green Card, a blog on the mass deportation of black immigrants, and more.

    Share your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

    Article: How Can the U.S. Attract and Retain STEM Graduates? By Michele Waslin

    Article: "The Line" for Green Cards Is So Long You Might Die of Old Age Waiting. By David Bier

    Article: Case Study: EB2 RFE for Mismatched Education - APPROVED. By Sheila Danzig

    Blogging: The Mass Deportation Of Black Immigrants. By Matthew Kolken

    Blogging: OPT STEM EXTENSION DEADLINE AUGUST 8. By Maria Schneider

    Blogging: Refugee Team to Compete in Olympic Games. By Jason Dzubow

    News: OFLC Posts Updated Program Factsheets for FY 2016 Q3

    News: USCIS Policy Alert - Department of Defense MAVNI Program

    News: U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Report on The Treatment Of Asylum Seekers In Expedited Removal

    Focus: Six China Alternatives for September 30
    All Regional Centers are gearing up for a final push towards the September 30th deadline. The Chinese market keeps getting increasingly competitive with more Regional Centers pursuing a shrinking investor pool due to retrogression--resulting in skyrocketing agent fees and lower investment volumes. It makes sense to have supplementary strategies to complete your raise without going bankrupt.

    Request Information here

    ILW is pleased to announce 6 product offerings to supplement your China strategy. ILW has learnt from its extensive experience with these products to make them even more efficient in terms of your time and more cost-effective.

    1. Chinese Student Events in US: Develop an alternative to migration agents to reach Chinese investors.
    2. India: India is a fundamental long-term supplement/alternative to China. Attack the market with full support of an Indian broker dealer and US immigration law firm with on the ground presence in India.
    3. Taiwan Agent Meetings: Add two days to your China trip and meet Taiwanese agents.
    4. Taiwan Representation: Have ILW's local representative represent your RC and liaison with Taiwanese agents to develop the Taiwanese market for you.
    5. Persian Gulf: Develop a finder network in Persian Gulf managed by ILW Persian Gulf local representative.
    6. Supplementary Chinese Agent Meetings: When you are going to China, meet additional agents you would otherwise not have met.

    To meet the September 30th deadline, you need to finish marketing by August end and use September to complete source of funds and get wires. There is precious little time left, please contact us now by calling 212-545-0818 or writing to webmaster@ilw.com or by making an online request. We can get a proposal for any of the above products in your hands within one business day.

    Headline: Immigration must be considered an opportunity for America, not a problem Click here
    Headline: TSITRIAN: EB-5 questions deserve a complete answer Click here
    Headline: Experts Say Trump's Muslim Ban Would Cripple Immigration System Click here
    Headline: Immigrants using Spanish-language apps to limit encounters with police Click here
    Headline: State report says immigrants boost Michigan economy Click here
    Headline: Mexico-US illegal migration has been at zero for 8 years, and other eye-opening facts Click here
    Headline: U.S. Border Patrol Agency Announces 'Safe Zones' for Immigrants Click here

    Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
    Troy, MI - A boutique mid-sized professional services firm is seeking an Immigration Attorney with employment based experience. The firm provides delivery of global, business-based immigration services, servicing clients in a number of industries and for virtually every country in the world. Their clients are mid- to large-tiered corporations, providing them with a single source solution for work and residence permits, visas, and customized immigration analyses. Ideal candidate will have 3+ years of experience with Hs, Ls, PERMs, and E visas. Experience should include consular processing, efficient case handling and client management, and great analytical and writing skills. Please send your resume to veronica@employmentimmigration.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Troy, MI - A boutique mid-sized professional services firm is seeking an Immigration Paralegal with employment based experience. The firm provides delivery of global, business-based immigration services, servicing clients in a number of industries and for virtually every country in the world. Their clients are mid- to large-tiered corporations, providing them with a single source solution for work and residence permits, visas, and customized immigration analyses. Ideal candidate will have 3+ years of experience in providing support in preparing and filing of petitions and applications with federal government agencies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, preparing and drafting routine correspondence and memoranda, researching immigration law and procedures, and case management. Please send your resume to veronica@employmentimmigration.com.

    Letters of the Week: Roger Algase, Nolan Rappaport

    ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
    September 2, 2016, 9am - 5pm (Eastern), Washington, DC. The Cato Institute will hold a conference on the economics of immigration. Major topics that will be covered include: How immigration affects wages and the labor market. What factors incentivize and slow unauthorized immigration. Immigration's impact on the real-estate market and entrepreneurship. How immigration affects America's political and economic institutions. The conference will be streamed live. For more information and registration see here.


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