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  • Sep 30 - More Mileage For Your Articles

    Sep 30 - More Mileage For Your Articles

    Comment: More Mileage For Your Articles Immigration Daily is always looking for articles written for immigration law professionals. If you are a writer, it means super-fast turnaround time for the dissemination of your thoughts - typically just one business day. We encourage all who wish to reach an audience among our 35,000+ readers including immigration professionals, journalists, scholars, employers, government officials and immigrants. If you have already written an article (for your website...
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  • Article: 4 Key Features of the New EB5AN TEA Qualification Map By Sam Silverman

    Article: 4 Key Features of the New EB5AN TEA Qualification Map By Sam Silverman

    4 Key Features of the New EB5AN TEA Qualification Map by Sam Silverman Meta description: EB5 Affiliate Network has revamped its national targeted employment area map. Learn about the TEA qualification process and the new features available on the free EB5AN national TEA map. 4 Key Features of the New EB5AN TEA Qualification Map EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) has revamped its free EB-5 targeted employment area (TEA) map by adding features that make it even easier to see whether a proj...
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  • Article: How U.S. Immigration Policy Creates A Robust Soft Power Advantage for America By Matthew La Corte

    How U.S. Immigration Policy Creates A Robust Soft Power Advantage for America by Matthew La Corte Originally an academic term popularized by Harvard political scientist Joseph Nye in the 1990s, soft power has increasingly embedded itself in popular discourse and has operated as a significant consideration in U.S. foreign policy for the past few decades. Soft power, in the words of Nye, is about “attraction and seduction.” It is based on the idea that co-opti...
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  • Article: The Concerning Prospect of USCIS/ICE Coordination on OPT Law Enforcement By Xiaojie (Marta) Meng, Alex Kim 

    The Concerning Prospect of USCIS/ICE Coordination on OPT Law Enforcement by Xiaojie (Marta) Meng, Alex Kim U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a statement on August 18, 2020 reminding foreign students and their DSOs that they must timely update students’ OPT employer information in SEVIS or risk violating their F-1 nonimmigrant status. ICE has started issuing warning letters to students after USCIS’s August 18 announcement Soon after the announcement...
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  • Article: Visa Bulletin October 2020 By David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq.

    Visa Bulletin October 2020 by David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq. The US Department of State released the October 2020 Visa Bulletin (its first visa bulletin for the Fiscal Year 2021). This Visa Bulletin shows backlogs for people acquiring green cards in two categories. These include the employment-based category and the family category. Here are the key takeaways about the employment category in th...
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  • Article: The Weak Case Against Refugee Resettlement By Jeremy L. Neufeld

    Article: The Weak Case Against Refugee Resettlement By Jeremy L. Neufeld

    The Weak Case Against Refugee Resettlement by Jeremy L. Neufeld Last week, U.S. law required President Trump to release his fourth—and possibly final—presidential determination on refugee admissions. The law notwithstanding , he hasn’t released it. Still, it doesn’t take Nostradamus to foretell what it will look like. Reneging on our international (and ethical) commitments by gutting the U.S. refugee program and slashing refugee resettlement to historic lows has been one of the pre...
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  • Article: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Legacy on Immigration by American Immigration Council staff Eshani Pandya and Caroline Walters for Immigration Impact

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Legacy on Immigration by American Immigration Council staff Eshani Pandya and Caroline Walters for Immigration Impact Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a fierce champion of progressive rights and the second woman to serve as a Supreme Court Justice, died on Sept. 18, 2020. Long recognized as a staunch advocate for women’s rights, Justice Ginsburg leaves behind a legacy on immigration that shows her vision for justice did not end with her work on gender equality. ...
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  • Article: Restoring the United States’ Refugee Resettlement Program By Idean Salehyan, Larry Yungk

    Restoring the United States’ Refugee Resettlement Program by Idean Salehyan, Larry Yungk The full report is available here. By: Idean Salehyan Senior Fellow, Niskanen Center & Professor of Political Science, University of North Texas Larry Yungk Adjunct Fellow, Niskanen Center & Former Senior Resettlement Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Key Takeaways The Trump administration has presided over the historic dismantling of the U....
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  • Article: National Interest Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation 10052 (U.S. Travel Ban) By David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq.

    National Interest Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation 10052 (U.S. Travel Ban) by David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq. On the 12th of August, 2020, the U.S. State Department declared National Interest exceptions to Presidential Proclamation 10052, (the U.S. Travel Ban), due to COVID-19. As a result, people can travel as long as it’s determined to be in the National Interest of the country. What Is P...
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  • Article: With Justice Ginsburg Gone, Dreamers Desperately Need A Political Solution By Alan Lee, Esq.

    With Justice Ginsburg Gone, Dreamers Desperately Need A Political Solution by Alan Lee, Esq. With the passing of Justice Ruth Ginsburg this past week, immigrants have lost one of the great champions of immigrant rights. A liberal justice, she consistently voted for the rights of immigrants and in the increasingly more conservative Supreme Court, formed a bloc with Justices Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor in the Court’s major 5-4 decisions on immigration. A couple of...
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