Siskind’s Immigration Bulletin – April 2019

Posted on: April 19th, 2019
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  1. Openers
  2. ABCs of Immigration: Asylees and Refugees
  3. AskVisalaw.com
  4. Border and Enforcement News
  • Trump Administration Plans to Close USCIS International Operations
  • DHS Secretary Forced Out; Others May Leave in Trump Purge
  • Attorney General’s Decision Removes Asylum Seekers’ Eligibility to Receive Bond Hearings
  • Five Arrested in Chinese Student Visa Scheme
  1. News from the Courts
  • Justice Department Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against Housing Authority in Texas
  • Foreign Nationals Serving in U.S. Military Challenge Trump Administration
  • Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Order to Stop Trump ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Asylum Seekers
  1. News Bytes
  • USCIS Reaches FY 2020 H-1B Regular Cap
  • USCIS Launches Data Hub on H-1B Employers
  • U.S. Embassy in Israel to Accept E-2 Visa Applications Based on Investment
  1. In the News at ABIL
  • April Visa Bulletin Notes Movement in Many Employment-Based Categories
  • Trump Administration Announces Extension of Liberian DED ‘Wind-Down’ Period, EADs
  1. Updates from the Visalaw.com Blogs
  2. State Department Visa Bulletin: May 2019