Federal Reserve President Calls for More Immigration to Save the Economy

On Thursday, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester made a speech to the Cato Institute in Washington regarding the future of the U.S. economy. Her outlook was not positive. One of her issues was that

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Canada, Google, and the Future of U.S. Business Immigration

On November 2nd, Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google Parent company Alphabet Inc., praised Canada’s cultivation of tech friendly immigration policies saying he was “enormously thankful to Canadians” for

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Chair of Trump’s Council of Economic Advisers Cites Immigration as Key to Economic Growth

In 2013, Kevin Hassett, who is now chair of the Trump Administration Council of Economic Advisors, wrote an article entitled “America Needs Workers” in an issue of National Review. In the article,

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Aging Baby Boomers and the Need for Immigration in the Healthcare Shortage

The baby boomer generation is composed of persons born between 1946 and 1964. They will reach retirement age between 2011 and 2029. In the coming years, there will be an unprecedented demand on our healthcare

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USCIS Changes Policy on the Adjudication of Petitions for Extension of Nonimmigrant Status

On October 23, 2017, USCIS released a policy memo updating the guidelines for adjudicating the extension of nonimmigrant visas. The memo rescinded a previous 2004 memo entitled, “The Significance of

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ICE Enforcement is Coming to the Workplace

There has been talk of immigration enforcement in the workplace since the 2016 election. Now, it has been announced that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will officially begin this enforcement.

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Amazon could put it second headquarters in Canada. But will it?

In September, Amazon announced that it will be opening a second north American headquarters. The structure will cost $5 billion to build and the endeavor will bring as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs

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How Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Innovators Build the U.S. Economy

According to a report by The Partnership for a New American Economy, young businesses under five years of age are responsible for all net job creation over the past three decades in the United States.

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The Positive Impact of Immigration on America

Immigrants positively affect the U.S. economy. The presence of immigrants increases wages for U.S. born workers and generates jobs. Immigrants are also inventing the products that will drive innovation

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History of Midwestern Immigration: A Cautionary Tale for U.S. Cities

As legislation like the RAISE Act threatens to cut U.S. immigration by half over the next 10 years, history of immigration in the Midwest tells a cautionary tale for U.S. cities. Cities like Cleveland,

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