Comment: Current topics in Immigration
Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. See an article on current topics in immigration and an article on why Australia is being criticized for the way it treats asylum seekers and unaccompanied alien children; a blog posting about the Anti-Notario Bill Introduced in the House; also find the USCIS Statement Regarding District Court Granting DOL Motion Concerning H-2B Program.

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Article: EB-5 Cutoff, H-1B Cap Cases, Obama Executive Action, Poverty Guidelines 2015, and New G-28's. By Alan Lee, Esq

Article: Why is Australia being criticized for the way it treats asylum seekers and unaccompanied alien children? By Nolan Rappaport

Bloggings By Greg Siskind: Why Do We Need Work and Travel Cards in Adjustment Cases? ; Anti-Notario Bill Introduced in House

News: USCIS Statement Regarding District Court Granting DOL Motion Concerning H-2B Program

Focus: EB-5 Regional Center Roundtable March 24
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Each 30-minute session is presented at no charge. The sessions feature renowned immigration lawyer, Angelo Paparelli, and invited experts focusing on current developments and best practices in the EB-5 arena from the point of view of Regional Centers and syndicated EB-5 investment entities.

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Washington D.C. - Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy ( is looking for an experienced business immigration paralegal for its Washington D.C. office. This is a career position with a great deal of client contact and requiring a wide range of skills in a fast-paced setting for the right candidate. Our ideal candidates will have 1+ years experience with all aspects of business immigration. The paralegal will manage caseloads with a large degree of independence; communicate with clients regarding procedural and case processing issues; update and maintain client status reports; prepare bills; and serve as a team resource. Competitive salary and benefits for the right candidate. Please send cover letter, resume, college transcript and writing sample, in Word or Adobe formats only, to Robert F. McCafferty, Human Resources Manager, at, or fax to (202) 371-2898. No phone calls please. Fragomen is an equal opportunity employer.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Philadelphia, PA. Greenberg Traurig has openings in its Philadelphia Office location for junior to mid-level business immigration paralegals. Qualified candidates for the junior paralegal positions should have a minimum of 6 months preparing immigrant visa petitions/Adjustment of Status cases. Qualified candidates for the mid-level paralegal position should have a minimum of 4 years preparing immigrant and nonimmigrant visas (i.e., H, L, TN, E, O, J visas, adjustment of status, consular processing, advance parole, employment authorization documents, PERM etc.). Bachelor's degree is required. The ideal candidates must be very organized, detail-oriented and able to work independently. They must possess excellent computer skills as well as strong written and verbal communication skills. If you would like to work in a fast paced, heavy volume, deadline driven environment alongside a team of experienced immigration attorneys and professionals who are passionate about the practice of Immigration Law, then we want to hear from you! We have all the resources of a large, international law firm while preserving our firm's collegial and collaborative culture. Competitive benefits and compensation package offered. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirement to Nancy Miller at Greenberg Traurig is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
March 31, 2015, 2 - 3:30pm (Eastern), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), in coordination with the U.S. Department of State (DOS) will hold a teleconference to learn more about the Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole Program. The program provides certain children in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras with a safe, legal, and orderly alternative to the dangerous journey that some children are undertaking to the United States. During this teleconference, representative from USCIS and DOS will provide an overview of the CAM program and answer questions. For more information and participation instructions see here.

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