Comment: Top Articles And News For February
- Article: Trump’s Executive Orders: How to Protect Yourself By Carl Shusterman
- Article: No Matter How Many New Travel Bans Trump Issues, Maximum Power Does Not Mean Absolute Power By Cyrus D. Mehta and Sophia Genovese-Halvorson
- Article: Is The Wreckage Fast Approaching For The Nation Under Trump? By Alan Lee, Esq.
- Blogging: Immigration Update in Trump's America: Immigration Raids Head Toward Police State; Top Islamophobe Quits White House By Roger Algase
- Blogging: 9th Circuit Rejects President's Claim of Absolute Power to Ban Muslims and Refugees From US on Trumped-Up National Security Grounds By Roger Algase
- News: Judge Stays Visa Revocations
- News: USCIS Updates Adjustment of Status Filing Dates for March 2017
- News: DOS Important Announcement on Cancellation of IV Interviews Pursuant to the President's Executive Order
- News: CBP Publishes FAQs Regarding EO Signed on Jan. 27, 2017
- News: Signed DHS Memo on Enforcement of the Immigration Laws to Serve the National Interest
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