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A New York management-side attorney will be investigated by the National Labor Relations Board for possible discipline after he allegedly threatened workers testifying in a union organizing dispute with deportation, according to a Tuesday order.
At their first annual conference since Donald Trump became president, American Immigration Lawyers Association leaders struck a defiant and galvanized tone on Thursday, noting that the organization’s members played a key part in responding to the first travel ban, and making it clear that they intend to give the administration a fight.
An immigrant can pursue retaliation claims against his former employer’s attorney, who arranged to get him deported for filing a wage-and-hour suit, the Ninth Circuit ruled in a published opinion Thursday.
A Chicago-based immigration attorney was hit with a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit Thursday accusing him of funneling some of the nearly $89 million he collected from EB-5 visa holders into his own pockets instead of using the money to build senior living facilities as promised.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order revoking a provision of an executive order issued by former President Barack Obama in 2012 that sought to speed up visa interview wait times for nonimmigrant visa applicants, including students, doctors and journalists, according to a press release issued by the White House.