Voice (May 2012): How Psychologists Can Help Immigration Attorneys

Voice (May 2012): How Psychologists Can Help Immigration Attorneys

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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue
May/June 2012

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In This Issue:


"Immigration Law and the Psychologist"
When presented by a licensed professional, psychological evaluations can help immigration judges evaluate cases more fairly.— Dr. Megan Seltz

"No Single Bright Line"
The new Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act will impact the EB-5 industry in a number of ways.— Yi Song

Other Highlights Include:

Agora
The Latest AILA Resources to Help You Navigate the World of Immigration Law

Blogosphere
"E-Verify Required: 17 States and Counting" – Christine Mehfoud

Spotlight
"Getting Queued Up: The Nuts and Bolts of 'Government Error' Motions"—Jonathan L. Moore

Behind the Case
Argument Against Retroactivity Prevails Before Supreme Court. —Sheeba Raj

Balance
"Smooth(ie) Operator"—Danielle Polen

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