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  • Article: Federal Judge States USCIS "May Have Committed Legal Error" by Requiring Recertification of RCs by Sarah Salarano

    Federal Judge States USCIS "May Have Committed Legal Error" by Requiring Recertification of RCs by Sarah Salarano Today, Federal Judge Vince Chhabria heard arguments from USCIS and Behring Regional Center regarding the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022 ("RIA"). USCIS claims that RIA requires every Regional Center ("RC") to undergo a new recertification process – thus is withholding adjudication on any RC-petitions until recertification is complete. EB-5 stakeholders are conc...
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  • Article: Hispanic Americans Are Helping Put the Rio Grande Valley on the Map by Chelsie Kramer for Immigration Impact

    Hispanic Americans Are Helping Put the Rio Grande Valley on the Map by Chelsie Kramer Located on the U.S.-Mexico border at the southern tip of Texas lies the Rio Grande Valley, or as Texans call it “the Valley” or “RGV.” While the RGV–made up of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy counties–most recently made national news during Texas Governor Abbott’s anti-immigrant blockade, there is so much more to the region.   The RGV is home ...
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  • Article: Biden's New Asylum Rules Go Into Effect On A Limited Basis by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Impact

    Biden's New Asylum Rules Go Into Effect On A Limited Basis by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick The Biden administration’s overhaul of the asylum system went into effect for the first time on May 31, but only a limited basis. According to guidance published by the Department of Homeland Security, the rule will initially be applied to several hundred asylum seekers per month. The rule will only be for those who are processed at one of two Texas detention centers and—if they win the...
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  • Article: Mexico's Supreme Court Declares Immigration Checkpoints Unconstitutional by Rebekah Wolf for Immigration Impact

    Mexico's Supreme Court Declares Immigration Checkpoints Unconstitutional by Rebekah Wolf Mexico’s Supreme Court released a decision on May 18 that struck down the policy of stopping and searching individuals to check their immigration status as racist and discriminatory—and therefore unconstitutional. Such searches have been part of Mexico’s broad attempt to crack down on migration through its territory, largely due to pressure from the United States to attempt to slow mi...
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  • Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Three by David L. Cleveland

    Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Three by David L. Cleveland

    Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Three by David L. Cleveland The Office of Immigration Litigation [OIL] is a division in the Department of Justice. OIL has an appellate section. In response to a FOIA lawsuit by the Louise Trauma Center, some pages from training given to the lawyers in that section were released.  This article will quote some of the material. The pages are available on the “FOIA” page at www.louisetrauma.weebly.com, marked as “OIL May 20...
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  • Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland

    Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland

    Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland The Office of Immigration Litigation [OIL] is a division in the Department of Justice. OIL has an appellate section. In response to a FOIA lawsuit by the Louise Trauma Center, some pages from training given to the lawyers in that section were released.  This article will quote some of the material. The pages are available on the “FOIA” page at www.louisetrauma.weebly.com, marked as “OIL May 202...
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  • Article: Federal Judge Blocks Termination of Title 42: What You Need to Know by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Imapct

    Federal Judge Blocks Termination of Title 42: What You Need to Know by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick Just three days before Title 42 was set to end on May 23, a federal judge in Louisiana blocked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from ending the controversial policy. With the court order in place, Title 42 is unlikely to be lifted for months, possibly years. As a result, the border remains in a state of constant confusion, with a patchwork of different policies that affect...
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  • Article: Utah Once Again Leads by Example on Immigrant Inclusion by Leani Garcia Torres for Immigration Impact

    Utah Once Again Leads by Example on Immigrant Inclusion by Leani Garcia Torres As the politics and partisanship of a mid-term election year ramp up, Utah is proving that bipartisan and public-private collaboration is still possible. On May 3, public and private sector leaders came together to launch a New American Task Force to develop a comprehensive strategy to maximize opportunities for—and address some of the main barriers to—inclusion and belonging in the state: eco...
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  • Article: Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland

    Article: Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland

    Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland The Office of Immigration Litigation [OIL] is a division in the Department of Justice. OIL has an appellate section. In response to a FOIA lawsuit by the Louise Trauma Center, some pages from training given to the lawyers in that section were released.  This article will quote some of the material. The pages are available on the “FOIA” page at www.louisetrauma.weebly.com, marked as “OIL May 202...
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  • Article: Optimizing Global Mobility policies using Causal Inference by Prof. Gadi Ravid, Adv. Tsvi Kan-Tor and PhD Candidate Yoav Kan- Tor

    Optimizing Global Mobility policies using Causal Inference by Prof. Gadi Ravid, Adv. Tsvi Kan-Tor and PhD Candidate Yoav Kan- Tor GM newly applied policies can now be evaluated and optimized using cutting edge Causal Inference research methods Introduction: What is Global Mobility and why should we study it? The field of Global Mobility is concerned with the movement of people between two or more countries (ARC Relocation, 2022). It can examine the transition of refugees as a resu...
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