Siskind’s Immigration Bulletin – January 2018

Posted on: January 24th, 2018
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  1. Openers
  2. ABCs of Immigration: How Immigration Functions Will be Impacted by a Government Shutdown
  4. Border and Enforcement News
  • Federal Court Judge Orders Trump Administration Resume DACA
  • Secretary of Homeland Security Announces Termination of Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador
  • Temporary Protected Service Designation for Haiti Terminated
  • State Department Tells Refugee Agencies to Downsize U.S. Operations
  1. News from the Courts
  • CA9 Vacates Denial of Chinese Petitioner’s Asylum Application
  • CA8 Finds Petitioner Ineligible for Cancellation of Removal Due to Minnesota Misdemeanor Domestic Assault Conviction
  1. News Bytes
  • Washington State Files Lawsuit Against Motel 6 for Disclosing Guest Data to Immigration Agents
  • Customs and Border Protection Expands I-94 Website Features
  • ICE Agents Target Almost 100 7-Eleven Stores in Immigration Investigation
  1. Washington Watch
  • In the Face of Criticism, Senate Democrats Take Deal with Senate Majority Leader to Stop Government Shutdown in Exchange for DACA Vote
  1. In the News at ABIL
  • ABIL Commentary: Threats, Opportunities for Employers in 2018
  • DHS Implements New VWP Security Measures
  • USCIS Announces Restrictions on TN Economist Status
  1. Updates from the Blogs
  2. State Department Visa Bulletin: February 2018