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Michael Neifach and Amy Peck Discuss the 2018 Immigration Forecast

Michael Neifach and Amy Peck comment on what may be in store for immigration, particularly border security and attempts to cut the flow of migrants in "2018 Forecast: What will the High Court, federal agencies, and lawmakers be up to?" published by Employment Law Daily.

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Michael H. Neifach

Michael H. Neifach
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Washington, D.C. Region

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