Monthly Archives: March 2015

H-1B Petitions to Be Accepted on April 1, 2015

The USCIS is to begin accepting applications for H-1B visas on April 1, 2015. Though there are 65,000 visas available through this program, it is well-known for its tendency to run out in a month or less. H-1B visas are … Continue reading

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Will Obama’s Immigration Executive Orders Delay Asylum Applications?

Many asylum applicants in the United States have expressed their concerns about whether President Obama’s immigration reform executive orders will somehow negatively affect the timeliness of their own applications. However, it is somewhat unlikely that it will impact the speed … Continue reading

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Is the Injunction Against Obama’s Immigration Executive Orders Fair?

An immediate reaction that many immigration advocates may have regarding Judge Hanen’s injunction against President Obama’s November immigration executive orders may be that it’s unfair and intentionally obstructive. However, this is the government’s process. The United States government is based … Continue reading

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Immigration Important to Technological Growth

Opponents of immigration often cite the need to preserve the United States economy by blocking incoming immigrants, but it’s becoming more and more apparent that immigrants are what drive the U.S. economy. The expanded availability of knowledge throughout the world … Continue reading

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DACA and DAPA Delayed by Legal Loophole

The Expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DACA and DAPA) have been postponed due to concerns by a Texas court that the federal government did not follow proper procedures for instituting the new executive … Continue reading

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Solving Illegal Immigration

People often look at the concept of illegal immigration as something to be solved. It’s treated like a question that has a definitive answer or a complex formula that has an elegant solution somewhere just waiting to be uncovered. This … Continue reading

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Anti Immigration Proposals

There are many Americans who believe that immigration is not a good thing for the United States. While this may be an unfortunate position (it can often fall into various traps of unnecessary isolationism, racism and historical misperception) it still … Continue reading

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