Comment: Immigrant Heritage, TPS Opinion
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Blogging, and News about Although TPS Is Not An Admission, OCAHO Denies Facebook's Motion, USCIS Recievess 308,613 H-1B CAP Registrations, Expansion of Access to the Central American Minors Program, Honor of Immigrant Heritage Month and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com

Article: Sanchez v. Mayorkas: Although TPS Is Not An Admission, Justice Kagan's Opinion Leaves Open Avenues For TPS Recipients To Adjust Status As Nonimmigrants by Cyrus D. Mehta & Kaitlyn Box

Blogging: OCAHO Denies Facebook's Motion to Dismiss by Bruce Buchanan

Blogging: USCIS Recievess 308,613 H-1B CAP Registrations by Chris Musillo

Blogging: The Biden Administration is Holding 15,884 Kids in Cages by Matthew Kolken

Blogging: Trump is out of office, but his Big Lies about the election - and the border - continue to threaten our democracy By Roger Algase

News: DHS and DOS Issue Joint Statement on Expansion of Access to the Central American Minors Program

News: Statement from USCIS Acting Director Tracy Renaud in Honor of Immigrant Heritage Month

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Headline: Skepticism abounds of Biden moves to reform ICE, immigration courts Click here
Headline: US and Mexico seek ways to do more on irregular immigration Click here
Headline: Jury deciding if immigration detainees must get minimum wage Click here
Headline: Power Up: The White House pivots to immigration on the 9th anniversary of DACA Click here
Headline: U.S. to allow more parents to petition for their children to immigrate legally from Central America Click here

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