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  • October 6 - Comparing Veracities

    Comment: Comparing Veracities

    Politico fact-checked all the public statements of both candidates for one week. Here are the results:

    Hillary Clinton Struggles Most With Truth About Herself:

    Though Clinton is far more practiced at sticking to defensible policy positions and recollections of history, she's significantly more lax when addressing her own transgressions -- the potential Achilles' heel of a candidacy marred by questions of her truthfulness.

    Some metrics on Clinton's statements this week:

    • Number of appearances: two speeches; three TV interviews; one press availability; 114 tweets; two op-eds
    • Combined length of remarks (speeches, interviews): 96 minutes
    • Raw number of misstatements, exaggerations, falsehoods: 8
    • Rate: one untruth every 12 minutes

    Donald Trump's Week of Misrepresentations, Exaggerations and Half-Truths:

    Trump's mishandling of facts and propensity for exaggeration so greatly exceed Clinton's as to make the comparison almost ludicrous...According to Politico's five-day analysis, Trump averaged about one falsehood every three minutes and 15 seconds over nearly five hours of remarks.

    Some metrics on Trump's statements this week:

    • Number of appearances: six speeches, one town hall, seven TV interviews, zero press availabilities, 37 tweets
    • Combined length of remarks (speeches, interviews): four hours, 43 minutes
    • Raw number of misstatements, exaggerations, falsehoods: 87
    • Rate: One untruth every 3.25 minutes

    Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com.

    Article: EB-5 2.0: Can Account Transparency Save the Program? By Gary Friedland and Jeanne Calderon

    Article: Generalizing From The Specific And Back Again by Joseph P. Whalen

    Bloggings: Senators Call for the Release of Children Held in Deportation Internment Camps By Matthew Kolken

    Bloggings: Supreme Court Refuses To Re-Hear Case On Obama's Immigration Executive Actions By Chris Musillo

    News: DOS Issues Cable On Extension of EB-5 Regional Center Program, Conrad 30 Program And Religious Worker SR Visa

    News: DHS Secretary Johnson Releases Statement On The Departure of Deputy Secretary Mayorkas

    Comment: Taiwan EB-5 Expo
    December 7th, Taipei, Taiwan
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    Headline: DHS deputy Mayorkas to step down as administration departures begin Click here
    Headline: Q&A With Immigrant Billionaire Romesh Wadhwani: America Needs Immigrants Click here
    Headline: Pew Research: The State of American Jobs Click here
    Headline: If Low-Skill Immigrants Don’t Compete With Working-Class Americans, Robots Will Click here
    Headline: The United States of Anxiety, Episode 3: Just How Broken Is Our Immigration System? Click here

    Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
    Nashville, TN - Rose Immigration Law Firm, PLC, in, is looking to add an attorney. The firm emphasizes business immigration in the music and entertainment industries (O, P, EB-1A), university teaching and research (H-1B, PERM, EB-1B, NIW), and international transfers (L-1, E-2, EB-1C) in the automotive and info technology industries. In addition, we have a robust family and humanitarian practice, focusing on I-130/485 marriage cases, IV processing with provisional waivers, U visas, VAWA, and naturalization. We are looking for an attorney to focus on the family and humanitarian side of the practice, and to work on selected business cases as well. We are three attorneys with six paralegals and administrative support staff. Our offices are located in a Class A building near downtown Nashville. Nashville is among the top 25 best places in which to live in the US. When not practicing law, our attorneys, as well as the staff, pursue a variety diverse interests including music, foreign travel, dogs, and parenting. Candidate should have 3-5 years of experience in family and humanitarian immigration law and professional-level Spanish language ability. Coffee and chocolate lover a plus. Please send your resume to business@roseimmigration.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    San Antonio, TX - San Antonio immigration law firm seeking the services of an experienced labor based petition paralegal for contract work. Must be familiar with labor certification process and also be familiar with E, and TN visas. Please send resumes to oscargarcia@grplawfirm.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    New York, NY and Englewood, NJ: Wildes & Weinberg, PC, prestigious immigration law firm seeks experienced immigration paralegal to work on PERM labor certifications. Applicant must possess at least 2+ years of work experience in preparing and filing PERM applications, PERM PWD requests, registering on the PERM web site, conducting recruitment activities on behalf of employer sponsors and responding to Audit and Supervised Recruitment requests, as well as strong writing and communication skills. Please send cover letter and resume to paralegalresume@wildesweinberg.com.

    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

    ComingsNGoings: New Appointment
    WilmerHale is pleased to announce that Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), will join the firm in November. He brings a wealth of experience in both public service and the private sector that aligns precisely with clients' needs.


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