Comment: Top Articles And News For November
- Article: What Should You Do About Your Immigration Situation in a Donald Trump Presidency by Alan Lee
- Article: Seyfarth's Analysis of the Short-Term Impact of the Election on Business and Employment-based Immigration By Angelo A. Paparelli, James King, Russell Swapp and other Seyfarth Immigration Group Attorneys
- Blogging: Protecting Free Speech for Americans is Crucial to Protecting Immigrants' Constitutional Rights By Roger Algase
- Blogging: I expect our new president to facilitate comprehensive immigration reform By Nolan Rappaport
- News: USCIS Publishes Final Rule For Certain Employment-Based Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa Programs
- News: CRS Report on Treatment of Noncitizens Under the Affordable Care Act
- News: USCIS Announces That Revised Form I-9 is Now Live
- News: DHS Releases Advance Copy Of USCIS Fee Schedule Final Rule
- News: USCIS Publishes Policy Memo on Discretionary Options for Designated Spouses, Parents, and Sons and Daughters of Certain Military Personnel, Veterans, and Enlistees
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Headline: Trump Appears to Soften on Deporting Thousands of Young Immigrants
Headline: Trump: 'We're going to work something out' with Dreamers Click here
Headline: Trump's Ban on Immigration from Certain Countries Is Illegal Click here
Headline: Dems push Obama to use pardon power to prevent deportations Click here
Headline: Trump allies warn: No compromise on immigration Click here
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