Monthly Archives: January 2015

Is Obama’s Immigration Reform Illegal?

Since President Obama’s announcement about two new executive orders pertaining to immigration reform in late November, there has been a significant amount of speculation of whether or not what he did is legal. The short answer to this question is … Continue reading

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Tech Companies Strive for Better Immigration Regulations

Tech companies in the United States have been interested in better immigration laws for years and their pressure may soon have a serious impact on how those laws are formed. When Republicans take over congress in 2015, the argument for … Continue reading

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Has Obama Done Enough for Immigration Issues?

A recent Politico article quoted Representative Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) as rating Barack Obama with a B+ for his efforts on immigration in his two terms as president so far. Rep. Sanchez is the newest chairwoman for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform Advocates Rush to Generate Support

Immigration advocates are encouraging undocumented immigrants in the United States to prepare for applying for Barack Obama’s newest immigration reform executive action. This movement of support for the so-called DACA and DAPA programs is a reaction to Republicans’ expression of … Continue reading

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U.S. and China Announce Reciprocal Extension of Temporary Visas for Business people and Tourists

The United States Government and China announced in November of 2014 that they would extend the validity of some visas reciprocally, meaning that they will be making the extensions at the same time and equally. This is good news for … Continue reading

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Training in the U.S. on a Visa

Foreign residents who wish to train in the United States need to obtain a visa specifically for that purpose in most cases. The following are three visa designations used for professional training in the United States. B-1 Business Visa B-1 … Continue reading

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