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Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. Read article on USCIS Form I-924; blog postings on immigrant of the day, Incarceration of pregnant mothers and border children; news item from CRS on Aliens' Right to Counsel. Also find the top immigration news headlines and job vacancies in multiple locations. Share your thoughts by writing to

Article: Another Potential Use for USCIS Form I-924: How About as an Exemplar I-829 for Materially Changed Projects? By Joseph P. Whalen

Blogging: Immigrant of the Day: Murray Shusterman - Lawyer By Greg Siskind

Blogging: Obama Admin is Locking up Pregnant Moms Despite Policy Against it
By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: New York Officials Support Border Children's Best Interest Rights. By Roger Algase

News: CRS Report on Aliens' Right to Counsel in Removal Proceedings: In Brief

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