Comment: The White House Memo


Today we highlight again the blog post by Greg Siskind concerning the White House proposal that would grant work cards to backlogged employment Green Card applicants. The post was updated to include the original legal memorandum.





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Article: Difficult Decision To Label An Issue A "Question Of Law," A "Question Of Fact," Or A "Mixed Question Of Law And Fact". By Joseph P. Whalen



Article: A Critical Analysis of DHS Secretary Johnson's EB-5 Proposals. By H. Ronald Klasko



Article: In protest of AILA 2015 Annual Conference Keynote Speaker Cecilia Munoz. By Amy Maldonado




Bloggings By Matthew Kolken: House Democrats to Call for End to Family Detention Program; Members of AILA Oppose Invitation of White House Representative as Keynote Speaker.




News: EOIR Announces New Office of Legislative and Public Affairs Staff






















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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event


May 27, 2015, 1:30pm (Eastern). The Department of Labor will hold a public webinar to familiarize stakeholders with the requirements of the H-2B 2015 Interim Final Rule. The H-2B 2015 Interim Final Rule webinar will be available on a first-come, first served basis and limited to 300 participants. For more information on the seminar and registration see here.







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