Category Archives: Employment Immigration
After Immigration Audit, 90% Of Workers At Apple-Packing Plant In WA Asked To Prove Status
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Hundreds of workers at a central Washington apple- packaging company could be facing layoffs after a federal immigration audit.

I-129: Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker
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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides many different types of visas to immigrants who want to enter the U.S. under various specific circumstances. The visas that are available through an application process can be for vacations, permanent relocation or … Continue reading

Which work visa is right for you?
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If you are interested in coming to the U.S. to work, you may be overwhelmed by all the visa options that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers.

Members of the U.S. government discuss immigration reform
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Lawmakers, religious leaders, social media executives and advocacy groups have all made the news in recent months, launching the political issue into a full-blown media storm. As representatives of both the Democratic and Republican parties make their statements in interviews, … Continue reading

Creating good jobs requires a good jobs agenda
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Germany has a well-deserved reputation for smart economic policy, including ways in which the government, business, and labor work together to further the common goals of a skilled workforce producing quality output for both domestic and global markets.  The US, … Continue reading

Illegal immigrants benefit the U.S. economy
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There are few subjects that evoke as much emotion as immigration reform, especially since future laws could result in a path to citizenship for over 11 million illegal immigrants.

Our view: Action needed on immigration

Republican Tom Davis voted on immigration reforms as a member of Congress in 2006, but House and Senate leaders couldn’t agree on the details, and the effort died with a whimper.  

Immigration report irks some Hill Republicans
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A report arguing for the need for more low-skilled immigrants has irked some Republican congressmen.  

Oberweis, Rauner refuse to back Senate-approved immigration reform measure

The two candidates at the top of the Illinois Republican ticket this fall spoke at an event Tuesday designed to pressure the state’s GOP congressional delegation to pass sweeping immigration changes, but both refused to give their outright support for … Continue reading

Immigration reform makes dollars and sense for Pa. Latinos: Carlos Graupera

Lancaster County’s vibrant Latino community is an excellent example of the important role immigration plays in maintaining America’s growth, creative energy, and economic progress. Congress must update our immigration system to ensure that the United States continues to be the … Continue reading