Trump’s Separated Families May Require Reunification

A federal judge on Friday (March 8) expanded the pool of migrant families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border who may require reunification under an existing court order. The decision could pose considerable difficulty for the Trump administration in locating and reconnecting children and parents split apart before and after the launch of President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border strategy. That …

Newsletter- ATTENTION

New policy changes will impact legal immigrants in the U.S.A. in 2019. The 5 major changes that are likely to increase deportation in 2019. The Trump administration has expanded issuance of NTA (Notice To Appear) this is the beginning of the Deportation/Removal Process. In theory, this new immigration procedure should reduce incomplete or frivolous filings in order to speed up …

TRUMP’S DESIRE TO KILL NAFTA IS ‘BAD NEWS’!

This is bad news for many sectors in the American economy. “The dairy industry uses scientists, technologists and veterinarians to place workers in remote areas of the United States,” the report explains. “The same is true for other parts of U.S. agriculture. Instructors at colleges and seminaries, particularly in distant or smaller community settings are able to use TN visas …

NAFTA – TN VISAS??

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently stated: Pulling the United States out of NAFTA (North American Free-Trade Agreement) would be bad for many reasons. Despite this, Donald Trump has again threatened to do so. Few Americans are aware that, in addition to losing the treaty’s many trade benefits for consumers and companies, if NAFTA goes away its many beneficial immigration …

Zero Tolerance?

Families are still being separated at the border, months after “zero tolerance” was reversed. Immigration lawyers say border agents are again removing children from their parents. The explanation? They’re been protecting kids from criminal dads and moms. Immigration advocates say it’s zero tolerance by another name.   Trump administration has quietly resumed separating immigrant families at the border, in some …

Trump’s Obsession with the “Deep State: …

A former Trump advisor and confident Steve Bannon created a “fable” that the U.S. intelligent community; the FBI, CIA, NSA- will stop at nothing to countermand Trump’s will and his anti- immigration agenda. The Deep State rhetoric focuses on a Nazi concept that you can only believe and trust your leader. All other sources of news are false. “It’s FAKE …

Warning! To Foreign Students (F-1 and M-1) Visas

As of August 9, 2018, foreign students who were admitted in the United States in (D/S) Duration of Stay on their I-94 will automatically accrue unlawful presence on the day after USCIS determined that the alien has violated his/her nonimmigrant status (for example- working without employment authorization, failure to attend the designated school as a full-time student, conviction of a …

Immigration Update

Immigrants may be denied green cards if they’ve received benefits. The regulation could force millions of low-income families to choose between government assistance and permanent settlement in the U.S. The Trump administration proposed expanding its pre-election crackdown on immigration by denying Green Cards to legal immigrants if they have received government assistance. According to POLITICO, immigrants can be denied so-called …

Immigration In the USA

How many people are entering the U.S.? The number of immigrants coming to the U.S. legally has increased steadily since the end of World War II. In 1946, 108,721 people were legally admitted into the country, a number that climbed to 1.2 million in 2016, the most recent year for which Department of Homeland Security has released statistics. Mexico accounted …

PERM (Labor Certification) The challenges of shifting away from a demand-driven immigration

This proposed system would represent a departure from the demand-driven (PERM) model that characterizes the U.S. employment-based immigration system. Under the current system, employers are allowed to select the workers they need, subject to government regulations. Specifically, employers can petition for foreign workers through different visa preference categories. Because they respond directly to the labor needs of employers, immigration systems …