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Immigration Issues Ripe for Rulemaking: Some Modest Proposals

" At the recently concluded CIS Second Annual Conference in Washington DC on October 18, 2012, Cyrus D. Mehta addressed key issues ripe for rulemaking involving unlawful presence, American Competitiveness in the 21st Century Act (known as "AC 21"), EB-5, Child Status Protection Act and...

Mental Competency Issues in Immigration Practice: Cyrus D. Mehta

"It is already hard enough for an immigration lawyer to represent a foreign national client in an immigration proceeding, given the language and other cultural barriers, along with the fact that immigration law can be extremely complex and unforgiving. On top of this, an immigration lawyer who represents...

The Fate of Executive Action on Immigration After the Midterm Elections: Endelman & Mehta

"Obama had promised immigration reform to the Hispanic community and has to live up to that promise in order to secure his legacy, and to improve the chances of Democratic Presidential candidates in 2016. It would be harder for him to implement administrative immigration reform now that his party...

Brexit and Xenophobia vs. Immigration and Innovation - Cyrus Mehta

Cyrus Mehta, July 1, 2016 - "In the backlash against globalization, as seen in the vote in favor of Brexit , there is an even more insidious backlash against immigration. The world has prospered because of the expansion of trade and technology, and also due to the free movement of capital and people...

Cyrus D. Mehta: Immigration Inadmissibility, Legal Ethics And Marijuana

Cyrus D. Mehta, Oct. 10, 2016 - "Although medical and recreational marijuana activities are illegal under federal law , at least 25 states have legalized marijuana for medical use. Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska have gone even further by legalizing some forms of recreational marijuana,...

Immigration Perspectives On The Eve Of The 2016 Presidential Election - Cyrus Mehta

Cyrus Mehta, Nov. 6, 2016 - "The United States has always prided itself as a nation of immigrants. Unfortunately, however, there has been disturbing rhetoric against immigrants and refugees in the current presidential election season. This has been exemplified in racist taunts and epithets against...