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Canada’s Attempt to Dominate Global Tech Industry Has U.S. Talent Running to the Border

The possibility of building a stable future makes Canada a viable prospect for U.S. tech workers who are living visa to visa. The Canadian tech scene is ruthlessly capitalizing on U.S. anti-immigration

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The Irony of the Government Shutdown for Immigration Law

The policy disagreements over border wall funding as a solution to a broken immigration system continue crippling U.S. immigration courts. Here are three areas affected the most. E-Verify The E-Verify

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DHS discusses Pre-Registration Process for H-1B Petitions

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a Notice of Proposed Rule Making titled Registration Requirement for Petitioners Seeking To File H-1B Petitions on Behalf of Cap-Subject Aliens. The

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Three Reasons Why H-1B Visa Petitions Now Take Longer to Process

There are three clear reasons why there is a longer processing time for H-1B visa petitions this year. The Trump administration has created an air of uncertainty for highly skilled legal immigrants. Many

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Regional Center Program Authorization Extended Through Dec. 21, 2018

As Congress continues working on updating the legislation, authorization for the Regional Center program that focuses on the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program has been extended through December 21, 2018. The

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USCIS Clarifies Policy for L-1 Visa Holders

The USCIS has recently clarified that L-1 employees must meet the one-year foreign work requirement to be eligible for consideration. To qualify for an L-1A or L-1B visa, an employee must have a sponsoring

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DHS Revised Definition of Employee-Employer Relationship Could be a Disaster for U.S. Healthcare and IT Industries

As attacks on the H-1B visa continue, the current administration is now looking to tighten its stronghold on tech companies by redefining the employer-employee relationship. However, the change may also

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Orwellian Hate Week: Living in Dystopia

Well it’s happened folks! America managed to top Orwell’s Hate Week. On Wednesday, a disaffected man with a history of violence randomly shot and killed two African-Americans at a Kentucky Kroger

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How Immigrants Elevate American Culture

To say that immigration is “good for America” should arouse patriotic fervor but it doesn’t. Why? To most, immigration is not about us. It’s about our intrepid immigrant grandparents and great-grandparents

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Unlawful Presence Policy to Affect Students on CPT and OPT Longer Than 12 Months

Transitioning from F-1 to H-1B is becoming increasingly complicated. International students seeking employment after graduation from a U.S. university increasingly experience difficulties as USCIS continues

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