Comment: Immigration 101, Asylum Training Materials
Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About "Central Asia" Training Materials for Asylum Officers, CRS Report on Immigration 101: Executive Branch Agencies Involved with Immigration and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at

Article: "Central Asia" Training Materials for Asylum Officers by David L. Cleveland

News: CRS Report on Immigration 101: Executive Branch Agencies Involved with Immigration

Focus: Washington DC and Seattle EB5 Events

The new EB5 Reform Act allows for concurrent filing of Adjustment of Status with I-526 applications, which gives investors residing in USA most of the benefits of a Green Card within a few months of investing. So Indian H1Bs in the US may be the single largest piece of the EB5 global market in 2023. ILW has conducted 175+ in person EB5 events in 30+ cities across USA To find out more click Here 

Headline: Democrat bill gives immigrants instant access to federal benefits, ends 'xenophobic' 5-year wait Click here
Headline: Florida's new immigration law sparks protests in Tampa Click here
Headline: An immigration reform deal that could actually pass Click here
Headline:Immigrant 'Dreamers' share their worries as DACA remains in legal limbo on 11th anniversary Click here
Headline: What Happened When Immigration Fell? Click here

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