Comment: Refugee Camp, immigrants deportation

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Bloggings and News about Refugee Camp, immigrants deportation and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below.

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Article: MPP Has Created A Refugee Camp in Mexico—Why Aren’t We Treating It Like One? By Emily Van Fossen

Blogging: Record number of immigrants projected to WIN their case and obtain relief from deportation in 2020 By Matthew Kolken

Blogging: In Trump v. Hawaii, Supreme Court gave president dictatorial power over immigration. Trump is now using this power to expand his dictatorship well beyond immigration By Roger Algase

Blogging: ICE Increasing I-9 Audits in San Diego By Bruce Buchanan, Sebelist Buchanan Law

Focus: 5 EB5 Countries

The EB5 market overseas has shrunk from 11 to just 5 countries, due to the increase of investment amounts from $500K to $900K. These 5 markets are now the only markets large enough to support just 10 wires per year for most issuers, making them the only realistic choices for issuers of even modest-sized raises. ILW can help you in some of these markets. Call us at 212-545-0818 to find out about these 5 markets, and how we can help you there, or email us at or online.

Headline: Green cards are only available to immigrants who fall under one of these categories Click here
Headline: A limo driver's route to citizenship: Why merit-based immigration works Click here
Headline: Report highlights dangers for asylum seekers in Mexican city Click here
Headline: CRISIS ON THE BORDER: The wait for asylum Click here
Headline: Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone, immigration advocates decry Lelling’s sanctuary city views Click here

Help Wanted
Bilingual legal secretary/paralegal (Spanish-English) needed for small Nassau County, Long Island immigration law office. Must have excellent attention to detail and organizational skills. Job includes preparing benefit applications and court papers for filing, answering phones, general office work and heavy client contact. We are an older firm with a good reputation concentrating in family and employment-based cases. Send resume and cover letter to:

Help Wanted
Law Firm for Sale. Central L.A. 1.3 million dollar practice with a focus on family immigration and deportation/removal. The firm also has steady TPS revenue from El Salvadoran immigrants. Owner retiring and available to help transition. For more information, contact Roy Ginsburg, who is acting on behalf of seller/owner, at 612-812-4500 or

Letters of the Week: Harry DeMell

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