A national database of occupational licensing, launched by the Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation, St. Francis University, documents and tracks the occupational licensing regulations for many professions. The database, which is free and open to the public, includes regulatory information affecting physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, massage therapists, and physical therapists, among others. See https://csorsfu.com/. From the Find Occupations page, users can select their State, Industry, and Occupation.

The latest E-Verify webinar schedule from USCIS is available at http://www.uscis.gov/e-verify/e-verify-webinars/take-free-webinar.

Advisories and tips:

  • Immigration Court Practitioner’s Guide to Responding to Inappropriate Immigration Judge Conduct, by Catholic Legal Immigration Network, provides practitioners with information about the range of options available when inappropriate immigration judge conduct occurs, including how to file an administrative complaint with the Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review.
  • Community Advisory: Social Media, Criminalization, and Immigration has been published by the National Lawyers Guild’s National Immigration Project. This advisory summarizes ways in which immigration agents may use social media against those in removal proceedings or involved in criminal cases.
  • How to safeguard your data from searches at the border is the topic of several recent articles and blogs.
  • Airport Lawyer is a free web app that is intended to help ensure that travelers are treated fairly at airports. Arrivals information can be securely passed along to large groups of volunteer attorneys who have been organized to monitor arrivals.
  • Listings and links to cases challenging executive orders, and related available pleadings, are available at the Lawfare website.