Siskind’s Immigration Bulletin – May 2018

Posted on: May 29th, 2018
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  1. Openers
  2. ABCs of Immigration: Electronic Form I-9 Systems
  3. AskVisalaw.com
  4. Border and Enforcement News
  • Number of ICE Worksite Investigations Through May of 2018 Doubles Total From 2017
  • Thomas Homan, Director of ICE and Leading Immigration Enforcer for Trump Administration Resigns
  1. News from the Courts
  • Owner of Medical Staffing Agency Indicted for Visa Fraud Conspiracy
  • IT Companies File Lawsuit to Stop Changes to H-1B Policy
  1. News Bytes
  • Studies Show Illegal Immigration Does Not Increase Violent Crime
  • USCIS Announces Policy Updates for EB-5 and Adjustment of Status Interviews
  • USCIS Concludes Fiscal Year 2019 H-1B Cap-subject Petition Data Entry
  • Teacher of the Year Gave Trump Letters from Refugee, Immigrant Students
  1. Washington Watch
  • ICE Accused by Federal Judge of Fabricating Evidence Indicating DREAMER’s Gang Affiliation Which Resulted in Deportation
  1. In the News at ABIL
  • USCIS Plans to Revise Definition of Specialty Occupation, Employment, Employer-Employee Relationship, Among Other Actions
  • ABIL Global: Turkey
  • Justice Dept. Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against Texas Company
  1. Updates from the Visalaw.com Blogs
  2. State Department Visa Bulletin: June 2018