Two bits of good news — if you look hard enough — have emerged recently regarding marriage-based immigration fraud.
As we noted a year ago, there are fundamentally two kinds of marriage-related immigration fraud. There are what might be called the Class C (for Cash) cases, in which an alien
There will be no more immigrant investor (EB-5) visas for Chinese nationals for the next month, the government has announced – then a fresh supply will come into play.
The Obama administration has been hyping this program for years and the number of applicants has finally bumped into the statutory
Trying to answer the question: What would Americans think about future of levels of immigration if they were given different kinds of information, researchers conducted an experiment. They gave a portion of their larger survey samples (1) no new information — that was the control condition;
Unless it is overturned by a higher authority (or unless I am misreading it completely) the Justice Department's Board of Immigration Appeals has just made a remarkably expansive decision on America's asylum program.
It looks like the BIA has ruled that all abused women, anywhere in the world, are
The August edition of Harper's Magazine has an excellent article by Rebecca Solnit in the "Easy Chair" column of the magazine entitled, "The Octopus and Its Grandchildren".
As Ms. Solnit explains, the "Octopus" of the title originally was the derogatory moniker given to railroads and
Honest disclosure No. 1: Before I began this blog, I promised the lawyer who made me aware of the subject matter that I wouldn't make any of those typical tasteless lawyer jokes that are always making the rounds (often over some of Guinness's finest), though in retrospect I can't imagine why I'd