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Article: South American Immigrants in the United States. By Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova

Article: The Dual Purposes of an EB-5 Business Plan. By Suzanne Lazicki, Phil Cohen, Martin Lawler and Kurt Reuss (Moderator)

Article: Computer Systems Analyst: The H1b Job that gets the Most RFEs. By Sheila Danzig

Blogging: An Asylee Wonders, Is Sander-Style Democracy Bad for Migrants?. By Jason Dzubow

Blogging: Trump Cynically Defends Using J-1 Visa Program Which He Wants To Cancel. By Roger Algase

News: USCIS Posts Cap Count for H-2B Nonimmigrants (Updated 3/14/16)

News: USCIS Policy Memo - Matter of H - V - P - as an Adopted Decision

Focus: EB5 India Opportunity
India Opportunity:

  • India saw the 43,000 millionaires leave the country in ten years ending in 2013-second only to China.
  • India is already in second tier of 7 EB5 countries which come after China. It is the fastest growing of the top eight (including China) EB-5 markets in the world.
  • India is the only competitor to China in the long run in EB-5. No other country can even come close to China.
  • India is fully English speaking country-no translation needed even for official documents.
  • Indian regulatory structures are more robust than China. India source of funds will be easier to handle for USCIS as compared to China source of funds.

India Lead Generation:

  • Supported by follow-up by US qualified immigration attorney on the ground in India, along with a securities team fully qualified under US law
  • For more information call 212-545-0818 or write to

Headline: Grassley cites death of Council Bluffs resident in criticism of Obama immigration policies Click here
Headline: Cotton Condemns Clinton's Stance on Immigration Click here
Headline: DHS IG: 'Numerous' Green Cards Being Sent to Wrong People Click here
Headline: Why John Kasich is Defending Illegal Immigrants - Latin Post Click here
Headline: Jane Sanders tours 'Tent City' with Joe Arpaio Home Click here
Headline: Ted Cruz Seeks Donations From Pro-Immigration Elites - What Is He Promising Them? Click here
Headline: Former judges challenge official who said three-year-olds can represent themselves in immigration court Click here

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Chattanooga, TN. The Chattanooga office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell and Berkowitz seeks a litigation associate with more than two years of complex business immigration law experience to join the Firm\'s Global Immigration Group. Academically distinguished applicants who have excellent writing, research and analytical skills are sought to assume responsibility in an active and diverse immigration practice. This is a terrific opportunity to gain sophisticated hands-on experience in a thriving global immigration practice with significant client contact and potential for career advancement. We seek a bright, hardworking associate with good judgment and attention to detail. For consideration, please submit a cover letter (referencing job posting #578) resume and law school transcript to Helen Beasley, Recruiting Assistant, at

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
San Diego, CA - Larrabee Albi Coker LLP, a boutique employment-based immigration law firm, is looking to hire an experienced paralegal. Required academic and professional qualifications: A four-year bachelor's degree and paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program; at least 2 years of experience working with non-immigrant visa petitions (H-1B, L-1, TN, E, O-1 and others) or permanent residency processes (including PERM, I-140 and Adjustment of Status); strong written and oral communication skills; ability to multitask in a deadline-driven environment; proficient knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office. Experience with an immigration tracking system desired. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assisting attorneys in document review and all aspects of case preparation; drafting petition forms and support letters; corresponding with clients and government officials under attorney supervision; managing document collection, deadlines, and case tracking. LAC offers excellent benefits, competitive compensation, and the opportunity to work in a professional, collaborative and congenial work environment. Please apply at

Letters of the Week: Ronald D. Roberts, Roger Algase

ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
March 16, 2016, 10am (Eastern), Washington, DC. The Senate Committee of the Judiciary will hold a hearing on "The Impact of High Levels of Immigration on U.S. Workers." Presiding: Chairman Sessions. Location: Dirksen Senate Office Building 226. The hearing will be streamed live. For list of witnesses see here.

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