Dear BIB - Daily Edition Readers,
Over the past six years you have elevated BIBDE from an obscure blog to a recognized "voice" in the immigration news world. Now, I am pleased to announce that on Monday, October 3, 2011, BIBDE will "upgrade" and migrate to a new and much more powerful platform: the LexisNexis Immigration Law Community. Whereas before I labored alone, now I will be joined by several skilled technical and legal professionals from LexisNexis and beyond.
The new Community features a variety of content and resources including all of the BIB - Daily Edition content. The site will feature blogs, podcasts, and commentary from leading immigration law professionals alongside LexisNexis resources such as Immigration Law & Procedure, Bender's Immigration Bulletin and the entire lineup of LexisNexis Matthew Bender immigration publications.
With the launch of this new resource, we will be transitioning users of BIBDE to the LexisNexis Immigration Law Community where you will be able to view all of the same content and more. BIBDE will redirect to the LexisNexis Immigration Law Community beginning on October 3, 2011. On that Monday you will also begin receiving Daily Email Newsletter Alerts from the Immigration Law Community.
The Alerts will contain the same BIB Daily content that you’ve been receiving with the opportunity to include additional content from the Immigration Law Community.
To add additional content to your Daily Newsletter Alert, you will first need to activate your Immigration Law Community account by resetting your password on the following page: http://www.lexisnexis.com/
community/immigration-law/ user/emailforgottenpassword. aspx Please use the email address that is associated with your BIB -Daily Edition subscription.
Once you’ve entered your email address and clicked on the “Recover Password” button, you’ll receive a confirmation via email within 15 minutes. The email confirmation will provide instruction on resetting your password and will direct you back to the Immigration Law Community where you can sign in using your email address and newly established password.
Once you have signed into the Immigration Law Community, you can navigate to the Newsletter page and add additional content to your alert from the Immigration Law Community as well as the other 17 LexisNexis Community sites.
We are excited to bring this new experience to you and we look forward to hearing your feedback. Change can bring challenges, and the new platform is a work in progress, so please let me know how the transition is working for you, and how we can make your ILC experience more rewarding.
Daniel M. Kowalski