Immigration Law

  • Avanti Law Group, PLLC

    Posts cover U.S. immigration law and related family law issues as well as criminal law topics.

  • Bender’s Immigration Bulletin - Daily Edition

    "A daily mix of 'inside news' for immigration practitioners and academics and 'outside news' for laypeople interested in immigration law and policy."

  • Birdsong’s Law Blog

    "A whimsical look at law and politics."

  • Bob Kraft’s P.I.S.S.D.

    "The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent almost 35 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)" The acronym in the blawg's title stands for Personal Injury, Social Security Disability law, by the way.

  • Boston Immigration & Nationality Law

    "Serving immigrants in the Boston and Framingham metro areas. Spanish & Portuguese spoken."

  • California Immigration Lawyer Blog

    California immigration law cases and news.

  • Canada Immigration

    Canada Immigration has news and commentary on Canadian immigration issues.

  • Cavanaugh Law Office Immigration Attorney Blog

    "Immigration news and immigration topics relevant to family-based immigration petitioners and beneficiaries."

  • crImmigration

    Posts analyze the latest developments in law and policy regarding the immigration consequences of criminal violations. The blawg summarizes and provides links to recent opinions by the Board of Immigration Appeals, federal district and appeals courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Dallas Fort-Worth Immigration Lawyer

    Dallas Fort-Worth Immigration Lawyer covers immigration news, including information about pending legislation.

  • Delaware Immigration Lawyer Blog

    News, information, resources and discussion on immigration law.

  • Dobson Immigration Law & Policy

    Issues regarding immigration law and policy.

  • EB-5 Insights

    "Addresses the broad range of challenges and opportunities presented by the EB-5 program, including the immigration, tax and securities compliance issues integral to creating and maintaining successful regional centers and projects."

  • Exchange This! Thoughts from a J-1 Visa Sponsor

    "Created to keep J-1 candidates, host company representatives and immigration attorneys informed about the latest happenings in J-1 visa sponsorship."

  • Focus on Regulation

    "Hogan Lovells' blog, Focus on Regulation, provides insights, analysis, and news about regulatory issues affecting a broad array of industries." Also has firm news.

  • Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog

    Posts focus on research and information about refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), asylum-seekers, and other forced migrants.

  • Form I-9 and E-Verify Immigration Compliance Insights

    "Provides readers with useful insights into developments, activity and trends surrounding the form I-9 and E-Verify, as well as related areas of the law."

  • Founder’s Blog

    Posts contain news related to Canadian immigration law as well as resources for those who wish to immigrate to Canada.

  • Greg Siskind’s Blog

    This blawg covers immigration law issues in the news, U.S. government immigration strategies and the blawgger's own related activities.

  • GT LE Blog

    "Coverage of key national labor and employment developments. Virtually every week, some case is decided, or bill introduced, or regulation changed—or something else happens—that members of the national labor and employment law community need to take into account. These are the 'nuggets' that LE Blog shares with you —weekly 'take-aways' we think are essential, drawn from all the information you, and we, see each week. As one of our clients told us—'it would be great if I could just get a few weekly headlines.' So, as a way to get you those headlines, LE Blog comments on critical developments every few days, placing them in the context of the broad spectrum of labor and employment law, the way we do internally when we give a heads up to any of our more that 100 employment lawyers in our 30 domestic and foreign offices—'hey, here's one you need to know about—and why.' "

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