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  • Article: The Supreme Court Gave DACA a Lifeline. Now Trump and Congress Need to Create a Path to Citizenship for Dreamers By Jorge Loweree

    The Supreme Court Gave DACA a Lifeline. Now Trump and Congress Need to Create a Path to Citizenship for Dreamers by Jorge Loweree The Supreme Court issued its long-anticipated decision in DHS v. Regents of the University of California—the case challenging the administration’s attempt to dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) ...
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  • Article: Top 10 Takeaways from Charlie Oppenheim’s IIUSA Talk By Carolyn Lee

    Article: Top 10 Takeaways from Charlie Oppenheim’s IIUSA Talk By Carolyn Lee

    Top 10 Takeaways from Charlie Oppenheim’s IIUSA Talk by Carolyn Lee Mr. Charlie Oppenheim provided another important update to the EB-5 stakeholder community during his IIUSA talk yesterday . I was honored to moderate the panel after, where we were given opportunity to ask follow-up questions. Here are the top ten takeaways from Mr. Oppenheim’s talk: If U.S. Consulates do not reopen for EB-5 visa issuance, we may lose about 5500 EB-5 visas this fiscal year. The lost EB-5 visas w...
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  • Article: Trump Proclamation Article

    Article: Trump Proclamation Article

    Trump Proclamation Article by Meyer Law Group If you are having difficulty viewing this document please click here. About The Author Meyer Law Group We do not consider it our mission to travel down every highway that litigation presents. Because we are trial lawyers – because we actually try cases before juries and judges – we set our sights, from Day One, on finding that one exhibit that will rule the day, on developing the testimony that will actually make an impact on a jury. Our opponents know this. They know that we are as...
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  • Article: Current Dangers to returning Mexicans in the San Diego Port of Repatriation By Robert Kirkland

    Current Dangers to returning Mexicans in the San Diego Port of Repatriation by Robert Kirkland Introduction: The purpose of this article is to examine the current security situation in the Tijuana area, the increased levels of violence and how this poses a danger to returning Mexicans who use the San Diego Port of Repatriation. Violence levels in Tijuana have increased greatly in the past year due to the increased activity of the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) in the are...
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  • Article: INSIGHT: Legal Immigration Can Help Revive the Economy—If We Let It By Angelo Paparelli

    INSIGHT: Legal Immigration Can Help Revive the Economy—If We Let It by Angelo A. Paparelli [Author’s Note: This article was originally published on May 8, 2020 by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., on Bloomberg Law , and is accessible here . It is reproduced with permission from The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) www.bloombergindustry.com. Copyright 2020] Covid-19’s impact is ongoing and Americans are eager to return to “normal.” Epidemiologists, h...
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  • Article: Why Donald Trump Is Stumbling Badly And How He Can Save Himself And The Nation By Alan Lee, Esq.

    Why Donald Trump Is Stumbling Badly And How He Can Save Himself And The Nation by Alan Lee, Esq. As we look at the president casting about like a flounder in the current crises, the question is what is wrong with the president? Where is his teflon suit that protected him through many previous bouts with a critical public? Why have his blustering and twittering not vanquished his foes? It may well be that a great majority of Americans have finally seen in crises the measure of the man and...
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  • Article: Cities with ‘Sanctuary’ Policies Save Lives from Domestic Violence By Walter Ewing

    Cities with ‘Sanctuary’ Policies Save Lives from Domestic Violence by Walter Ewing Many communities across the U.S. have adopted so-called “sanctuary policies” that are intended to ensure that we all live in safe neighborhoods. When these policies are in place, local police don’t take part in the enforcement of federal immigration laws. These policies allow immigrants to work with local law enforcement in reporting and investigating crime...
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  • Article: Critical New Immigration Proclamation Impacting Non-Immigrant Visa Holders To Be Issued Soon-Visa Holders Abroad Should Return Immediately (Or Possibly Be Stuck Abroad) By Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP

    Critical New Immigration Proclamation Impacting Non-Immigrant Visa Holders To Be Issued Soon-Visa Holders Abroad Should Return Immediately (Or Possibly Be Stuck Abroad) by Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP On May 26, 2020, we wrote about the new non-immigrant visa restrictions that were likely to be enacted in a Presidential Proclamation. It appears the Administration will most likely make an announcement in the next few days regarding these restrictions on foreign nationals entering the U.S. for work. While there may be exceptions for certain occupations (it ...
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  • Article: EB-5 TEA Trends due to COVID-19 By Michael Kester

    Article: EB-5 TEA Trends due to COVID-19 By Michael Kester

    EB-5 TEA Trends due to COVID-19 by Michael Kester When using typical methods of TEA calculation, changes in local and national unemployment rates caused by COVID-19 will not be immediately captured in TEA data. However, the April 2020 labor force numbers at the county-level have been released, allowing us to start analyzing TEA trends due to COVID-19. Before we dig in, recall that American Community Survey (ACS) data won’t begin to reflect COVID-19 impacts until Dec...
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  • Article: Supreme Court Safeguards Federal Court Review of Torture Protections By Kristin Macleod-Ball

    Supreme Court Safeguards Federal Court Review of Torture Protections by Kristin Macleod-Ball The U.S. Supreme Court found on Monday that federal courts have the authority to review certain claims from people who are seeking protection from torture. The case, Nasrallah v. Barr, is about what happens when certain people seeking protection under the Convention Against Torture are denied protection by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). The Convention Against Torture, or CAT, is an i...
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