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How Sessions Reshaped the U.S. Immigration Court System

The United States will likely soon have a new Attorney General. But what will be former Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ legacy as the nation’s top law enforcement official? Of all the ways Sessions may have left his mark on the … Continue reading

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U.S. to open immigration office in Durham (Winston-Salem Journal)

A new federal immigration office is scheduled to open in Durham to supplement the only such office now in North Carolina. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Immigration law

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Understanding Immigration: AIC Publishes Fact Sheets and Resources on Immigration Hot Topics

The American Immigration Council (AIC), a nonprofit immigration advocacy group, published fact sheets and resources with key data points, historical information, and background on hot topics in immigration.  These publications highlight various aspects of economic contributions immigrants, such as H-1B … Continue reading

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The Trump immigration plan? Keep whites in U.S. majority

The Trump administration has put forward a series of immigration initiatives, like no other modern President or perhaps any U.S. President ever. One might wonder what the overall goal is of the various initiatives. Here is one possibility. As Jeff… … Continue reading

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I.C.E. Used Fake University of Farmington in “Pay-to-Stay” Immigration Sting

For years, the Department of Homeland Security and I.C.E managed the University of Farmington's website and staffed its phone lines. While the college wasn't real, its applicants were–and the government says most were trying to take advantage of U.S. immigration … Continue reading

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