Comment: Criminal Inadmissibility, Uncertain Choices
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Blogging, and News about EB-5 Program: Unprecedented Times, Uncertain Choices Part 2, Criminal Inadmissibility in the United States: An Analysis of the Comparative Approach, Trump May Be Gone, but the U.S. Asylum System Is Still Broken, DOS Publishes Final Rule replacing outdated form for documenting Nonimmigrants Under the Immigration and Nationality Act and more.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: EB-5 Program: Unprecedented Times, Uncertain Choices Part 2 by H. Ronald Klasko

Article: Criminal Inadmissibility in the United States: An Analysis of the Comparative Approach by Mahmudul Hasan

Blogging: Trump May Be Gone, but the U.S. Asylum System Is Still Broken by Jason Dzubow

News: DOS Publishes Final Rule replacing outdated form for documenting Nonimmigrants Under the Immigration and Nationality Act

Focus: The EB-5 Book -- Inventory Clearance Sale 75% Off

The EB-5 Book; Editors: Matt Gordon and Sarah A. Schroeder

  • Specific focus on Enforcement and Compliance.
  • Articles by Shae Armstrong, Jeanne Calderon, Michael T. Clark, Laura Danielson, Michael Dunn, L. Batya Schwartz Ehrens, Gary Friedland, Robert P. Gaffney, Adam Gale, Steve Ganis, Sherman Golden, Douglas Hauer, Jennifer Hermansky (Jen), Parisa K. Karaahmet, Mark Katzoff, Lily Li, Brandon Meyer, John Neill, Angelo A. Paparelli, Chun Yun ("Elizabeth") Peng, John Roth, Paul Ruby, Reid Thomas, Robert S. Winner, and Ben Zou.

By Now! Online

Headline: Ricketts Visits Texas Border, Touts Plan to End Immigration Crisis Click here
Headline: As the Battle Over U.S. Immigration Reform Heats Up, Business Stays Largely Silent Click here
Headline: Letter to Senator Schumer on Immigration Reform in Reconciliation Click here
Headline: Las Vegas conference shines light on immigration reform Click here
Headline: 69 Percent of Hispanics Disapprove of Biden's Handling of Immigration Click here

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Immigration Attorney
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Immigration Attorney
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