Comment: Representing Toddlers
Today's Immigration Daily carries various items of interest, including two articles on toddlers representation in immigration courts. Also find an article and a blog on the new STEM OPT Extension Rule.

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Article: The Ethical Obligations of a Lawyer Who Represents a Three Year Old Child. By Cyrus Mehta

Article: Judge Who Believes Toddlers Can Represent Themselves, Only Part of the Problem in the Battle over Representation for Kids. By Kristin Macleod-Ball


Bloggings by Greg Siskind  Immigrant of the Day: Bjarke Ingels - Architect;  Immigrant of the Day: Feniosky Pena-Mora - Dean

Blogging: OPT STEM EXTENSIONS NOW 24 MONTHS. By Chris Musillo

Blogging: Does Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Lead to Violence or Hate Crimes? Part 2. By Roger Algase

Blogging: Searching for H-1B Sponsors. By Shilpa Malik

News: CBP Posts Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act Frequently Asked Questions

News: SEVP unveils online STEM OPT Hub

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Headline: Almost 25 Percent of U.S. Kids Have an Immigrant Parent Click here
Headline: Immigration Reform 2016: Paul Ryan's Amicus Brief In SCOTUS Battle Opposed By Immigrant Advocacy Groups Click here
Headline: CityViews: Call on Cuomo to Boost Health Plan for Excluded Immigrants Click here
Headline: California One Of Handful Of States To Simplify Professional Licensing Path For Immigrants - Click here
Headline: Groups urge House to reject brief in Supreme Court immigration case - TheHill Click here
Headline: Inside the Immigration Abuses of America's Little-Known Guest Worker System Click here

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