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Article: Case Study: H1B Level 1 Wages RFE – Overturned!! By Sheila Danzig





Blogging: Asylum Representation Rates Have Fallen Amid Rising Denial Rates By Matthew Kolken





News: USCIS Provides FAQs on Rejected DACA Requests (Updated)




News: DHS OIG Report on USCIS Award of Family Case Management Program Contract











Focus: Hot Off The Presses: The EB-5 Book 2016-17 Edition; Editors: Matt Gordon and Sarah A. Schroeder Shipping Now!


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Headline: Why Trump Could Still Pull A Fast One On 'Chuck' And 'Nancy' On Immigration
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Headline: Is DHS Secretary Nielsen Willing to Enforce Immigration Laws?
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Headline: USCIS Continues To Struggle With Its Electronic Immigration System
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Headline: Schumer Walks Tightrope On Shutdown, Immigration Fights
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Headline: Tucson’s Police Chief: Sessions’s Anti-Immigrant Policies Will Make Cities More Dangerous
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys

Canada - PwC Law LLP; Managing the provision of legal services for NIV and IV matters including H-1B, L-1, TN, E-1/2, J-1, O-1, B-1/2, PERM, immigrant petitions, consular processing as well as advising on compliance and related matters. Must demonstrate a solid understanding of U.S. corporate immigration law, compliance issues and audits, be able to effectively manage law clerks and other client service team members and undertake business development. Require JD and admission to any U.S. state bar and at least 3 years of post-call U.S. corporate immigration experience. General duties relating to US Immigration; Maintain and obtain as much information needed concerning specific immigration matters, as requested; Review and assess documentation to determine applicants’ eligibility and identify any deficiencies; Render legal assistance to both immigrant (green card) and non-immigrant status and visas; Prepare legal briefs and opinion; Manage law clerks and provide them with direction on files and review paralegals US immigrant and non-immigrant petitions; Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of immigration law.

Law Degree; US Bar; Canadian Bar, an asset; Over 3 year of business immigration experience, with a focus on B-1, H-1B, L-1, TN, immigrant petition and PERM filings; Canadian Immigration experience, an asset; Dependability & Independence - Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, fulfilling obligations, and taking initiative; Excellent English verbal and written communication skills are essential, including the ability to relate to people at all levels; Ability to demonstrate analytical and complex problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment; Exceptional client care; Ability to multi-task, use initiative and to work well under pressure / to deadlines; Team player; The flexibility to work outside normal office hours may be required from time-to-time; Strong knowledge of MS Office, PC Law (an asset), and legal data management software (an asset).


Please submit your resume to mark.dey@pwc.com.




Help Wanted: Immigration Attorneys

New York, NY - A New York immigration law firm seeks business immigration attorney. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law; Candidates should possess extensive experience with PERM applications, H-1B, L-1, TN and E visas; Must possess experience in high-volume business immigration work environment; Ideal candidate will have at least 4 years of business immigration experience; Excellent writing, organizational and research skills are required.

Please submit your resume with cover letter and salary history to immigrationlawnyc@gmail.com.



















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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Reading

A Wary Welcome: The History of US Attitudes toward Immigration - Independently published By Joanna Michal Hoyt, 102 pages ISBN: 978-1521044391, $9.99 https://www.amazon.com/Wary-Welcome-History-Attitudes-Immigration/dp/1521044392.







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