Comment: H1B, Coronavirus

Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Bloggings and News about H1B, Coronavirus and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below.

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Article: Repeatedly Calling It A Chinese Virus Is Racist And A Deflection Of Blame By Alan Lee, Esq.

News: USCIS Publish Initial H-1B Electronic Registration Period Closes March 20

Focus: PERM For Beginners and Advanced Practitioners
Joel Stewart has done something remarkable in the new edition of THE PERM BOOK. He has taken the spaghetti of all the sources on PERM: legislations, rules, FAQs, cases etc. and reintegrated them into a simple and luminously logical progression of how to do PERM. In each of the chapters, he uses articles by notable practitioners and his own extensive commentary to provide deep insights on every aspect of PERM. If you are a seasoned PERM practitioner, you will appreciate the clarity of the organization seen in the table of contents below, and will discover many new insights in every chapter. For anyone relatively new to PERM, Joel Stewart serves as a trusted guide to your mastering the lay of the land of this complex area. This book belongs in the library shelf of every PERM practitioner.

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Headline: Staff Working With Immigrant Detainees in the U.S. Test Positive for Coronavirus Click here
Headline: Trump administration set to limit non-essential travel between US and Mexico Click here
Headline: First US immigration agency employees test positive for coronavirus Click here
Headline: U.S. to Swiftly Remove Migrants Caught Crossing Borders Illegally to Limit Spread of Coronavirus Click here
Headline: Trump immigration agenda rolls on: Coronavirus threat fuels new border crackdown Click here

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