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Article: The Civics Lessons Many Undocumented Immigrants Have Already Learned by Mary Giovagnoli, et. al

Article: The Defeat of DOMA: Does it mean the end of marriage inequality in U.S. immigration law? by Matthew I. Hirsch

Blogging: Employer Fined over $15,000 for Failure to Timely Prepare I-9 Forms by Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: House Republicans' Border Security Obsession Is Only a Smoke Screen to Kill CIR. So What Else is New? by Roger Algase

News: DHS Invites Stakeholders To Participate In Quadrennial Homeland Security Review

Focus: The EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable - July 17, 2013
This month's EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable will be taking place on July 17, 2013 at 2:00pm [EST]. The session will be 30 minutes. Angelo Paparelli will remain the Discussion Leader and Robert Divine will be this month's guest speaker.

This 30-minute session is presented at no charge. To register, please click here, complete the form, and send it to or fax it to 212-545-0869. Please note that this seminar is presented for EB-5 Principals, Senior Staff, In-House Counsel, and Designated Outside 924 Counsel ONLY

For additional information and speaker biographies, please see:

Headline: Immigration Does Not Decrease Economic Freedom Click here
Headline: Dems draw firm line on path to citizenship Click here
Headline: Religious groups take immigration aim Click here
Headline: Insight: Congress keeps detention quota despite immigration debate Click here
Headline: Bill Kristol, Rich Lowry vs. immigration bill Click here
Headline: House Republicans craft path for immigration debate, stress border security Click here
Headline: Letters of the Week: Jul 8 - Jul 12 Click here
Headline: Obama to Pressure House GOP on Immigration Bill Click here
Headline: Why Obamacare Threatens Immigration Reform Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Florham Park, NJ; Philadelphia, PA - Greenberg Traurig is seeking several college graduate Paralegals for the Immigration Practice group in two cities. The position if temporary with the possibility of future employment. The EB-5 Paralegal team will assist attorneys with complex investor visa cases. Job duties are as follows: review financial documents, including tax returns, financial statements, and banking recording; audit of money trails from abroad to the United States; preparation of reports that will be submitted to the federal government; and case management. Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's Degree and strong academic credentials. No prior paralegal or EB-5 investor visa experience required. Training will be provided. Employment or academic background in finance, accounting, business, legal studies, or a related field is helpful. Second language proficiency, particularly in Mandarin, is a plus but not required. Qualified applicants will be detail-oriented, have the ability to perform through document review, and have excellent writing skills. Please visit and click on Careers>Business Staff to apply; please submit your CV/resume and a writing sample.

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
Washington, D.C. - July 31 - 2:30pm [EST] - The USCIS Asylum Division invites you to their quarterly stakeholder meeting; USCIS officials will be available to discuss asylum operations and answer questions. If you would like to submit agenda items and questions, please reply by email to and attach Word document or PDF with suggested items. Please reference"Asylum Quarterly Agenda Item" in the subject line. All submissions should be received by July 15, 2013. Interested parties may participate in this event in-person only. Please visit here: to register for this engagement.

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