Comment: EB5, DACA

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Article, Blogging and News about EB5, DACA and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to

Article: Why the EB-5 Industry Seeks to Make the TEA Incentive Meaningless Again and Continues to Keep EB-5 Investors in the Dark By Gary Friedland

Article: EB-5 Bill Would Override Pending Regulations By David North

Blogging: Supreme Court DACA Case - 3 Possible Outcomes

Blogging: Report: Stephen Miller sent hundreds of emails supporting racist anti-immigrant agenda that is now destroying thousands of children's, asylum seekers' and DACA recipients' lives By Roger Algase

News: USCIS to Deter Frivolous or Fraudulent Asylum Seekers from Obtaining Work Authorizations

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Headline: Federal grand jury indicts lawyer and accountant in visa fraud scheme to obtain lawful status for South Korean nationals Click here
Headline: Cuccinelli expected to be elevated to acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security Click here
Headline: Asylum: 90% of claims fall at first hurdle after US process change, lawsuit alleges Click here
Headline: Leaked Stephen Miller emails shows Trump’s point man on immigration promoted white nationalism, SPLC reports Click here
Headline: Employers to be Impacted By Proposed Changes to the Registration Process and Fees for Next Year’s H-1B Visa Lottery System Click here

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