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Donald Trump backs merit-based immigration reform plan

  For years Washington has thrown around the term “comprehensive immigration reform.” We have been told that our immigration system is broken and that it needs to be fixed while some, like myself, believe the system is broken because the Federal government is not enforcing the immigration laws which are already on the books. 305 more words


Lindsey Graham Goes All In for Dream Act Cheap Labor and Cannon Fodder: "if you aren't for it, I don't want your vote"

by Scott Creighton

I have come to understand that Comprehensive Immigration Reform is absolutely essential for our national security (cannon fodder) and our economic viability (cheap labor)

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Border Patrol union head says there has been a 'miraculous' drop in illegal immigration

  While Donald Trump has not been able, and most likely will not be able, to build the wall there has been a remarkable drop in illegal immigration since Donald Trump became President. 389 more words


U.S.C.I.S. Proposes the International Entrepreneur Rule

I originally wrote about this last Fall, but given the current events in Washington, the general chaotic environment that my colleagues and I are practicing in, and the great concern that clients are showing about their future prospects of remaining in the United States (whether they are here lawfully or not), I thought it appropriate to provide a positive update for the alien entrepreneurs out there. 861 more words

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It's H-1B Visa Filing Season, but is it "Cheap Labor"?

Here we go again. The start of the H-1B nonimmigrant visa filing season is once again upon us. And once again, immigration practitioners around the country are having difficult conversations with their clients who wish to hire foreign nationals into what are called “specialty occupation” positions. 1,029 more words

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The Folly of Building Walls

When I was in middle school there were bullies who understood that the best way to consolidate their power was to designate a person or group of people to scorn or fear. 810 more words