Siskind’s Immigration Bulletin – October 2018

Posted on: October 31st, 2018
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  1. Openers
  2. ABCs of Immigration: National Interest Waivers for Physicians
  4. Border and Enforcement News
  • Trump Inaccurately Characterizes Members of Migrant Caravan, Threatens to Withhold Federal Funding
  • Siskind Susser Attorney Adam Cohen: Notice to Appear Memo is in Effect
  1. News from the Courts
  • Lawsuit Challenges USCIS’ Authority to Limit Duration of H-1B Visas
  1. News Bytes
  • Department of Homeland Security Extends Temporary Protected Status for Yemen
  • Trump Administration’s Public Charge Rule Aims to Weigh the Government Welfare Benefits for Green Card Applicants
  1. Washington Watch
  • Washington DC Attorney general Files Lawsuit Against ICE, Seeks Information Regarding Immigration Arrests
  1. In the News at ABIL
  • State Dept. Opens Registration for Diversity Visa Program for 2020
  • USCIS, OFLC Note Relief Available to Hurricane/Typhoon Survivors
  • USCIS Revises G-28 Notice of Entry of Appearance
  1. Updates from the Blogs
  2. State Department Visa Bulletin: November 2018