April 2011 Immigration Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers laws which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers, including human rights, environmental law, immigration, intellectual property and space law. By Derek Deavenport, John Dermody, Travis Hodgkins and Christine Ngo.
  2. Covers constitutional law, criminal law, DUI, drugs, First Amendment and immigration. By Jon Katz, P.C.
  3. Features United States labor immigration law news and analysis. By the Capitol Immigration Law Group LLC.
  4. Covers work visas, green cards, and adjustments of status. By The Gee Law Firm.
  5. By Kevin R. Johnson, Bill O. Hing and Rose Cuison Villazor.
  6. Covers immigration law topics. By Chris Gafner.
  7. Covers US immigraiton issues, focusing on those that typically arise at a US land border point-of-entry relating to admissibility. By Sarah E. Murphy.
  8. Discusses immigration issues, news and legal developments. By Xiaojuan "Carrie" Huang.
  9. Covers immigration and personal injury law. By the Law Office of Shorstein, Lasnetski & Gihon.
  10. Covers visas, green cards, and immigration law. By Shihab & Associates.
  11. Highlights web research and information relatd to refugees, IDPs and forced migration. By Elisa Mason.
  12. Covers TN visa and green cards for Canadian professionals. By Brian D. Zuccaro.
  13. Covers H-1B visas, petitions, audits and caps. By the MVP Law Group.
  14. Covers immigration legal issues, general human rights, refugee rights and immigrant rights. By André Olivie.
  15. Focuses on immigration issues decided by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals or within the Third Circuit.
  16. Covers recent developments in the immigration field. By Peter Messersmith.
  17. Provides news and opinions on current US immigration issues and developments. By Franklin W. Nelson.
  18. The Guru's meditations and musings on Immigration Law. By Larry Liem Doan.
  19. Covers immigration law news. By Drew Law Office, pllc.
  20. Covers the transition from student status and worker status to legal permanent residency and/or citizenship. By Amanda R. Goodman.