Comment: College-Educated Immigrants in the US
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest including an article on College-Educated Immigrants in the United States. Read a blog on todays' NY Times article concerning the Supreme Court case. Also find DHS Secretary Statement on Southwest Border Security.

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Article: College-Educated Immigrants in the United States. By Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova

Article: The Zika Virus Epidemic as Grounds for TPS. By Steve Krup


Blogging: NY Times' Legal Reporter: Obama Will Win DAPA Case if Politics Put Aside. By Greg Siskind

Blogging: Rubio's Islamophobia Reverses Previous Support For Muslim Immigrants. Roger Algase. By Roger Algase

News: DHS Secretary Statement on Southwest Border Security

News: DOS Interim final rule on Visas: Documentation of Nonimmigrants Under the INA, as Amended

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Headline: Cruz vs Rubio on Immigration- A Preview of the Future? Click here
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Headline: Florida House passes sweeping immigration measure Click here
Headline: SULLUM: The GOP's suicidal immigration stance Click here
Headline: Illegal Immigrant Sworn in as Lawyer in New York Click here

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