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What Would Happen if Trump Closed the Southern Border?

What Would Happen if Trump Closed the Southern Border? The United States (U.S.) and Mexico are close allies, sharing thousands of miles of border which allows for daily trade and communication. Unfortunately, it appears that President Trump may attempt to close the border, which is a critical passageway for millions, due to prejudicial and misguided…

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H-1B Program Changes

Prepare for H-1B Program Changes in 2019

Prepare for H-1B Program Changes in 2019 Each year, H-1B visas provide unique and exciting opportunities to thousands of qualified foreign professionals. Created in 1990, the program allows companies in “specialty occupations” to hire skilled foreign workers on an annual basis. This boosts the American economy, allowing employers to fill critical positions that may otherwise…

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ICE & Your Rights

ICE & Your Rights

ICE & Your Rights The United States (U.S.) stands as proof of the power of immigration. Throughout America’s history, immigrants have improved its workforce and economy, injecting new ideas and cultural norms as they assimilated into the population. Immigrants raise America up, strengthening communities and providing countless benefits in our modern world. Despite this, stark…

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An Alphabet Soup of Temporary Visas

What Is An Immigration Visa? When most people hear that word, they think it is a person’s approval to be in a country. Under U.S. immigration law, “visa” is a technical term that pertains to a document stamped into a person’s passport that allows the man or woman to seek admission into the United States…

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EB-5 Employment Creation Visa

What is a Green Card? – Immigration Lawyer

The term green card is used regularly in the United States, but I often wonder how many people actually understand what it signifies. Green card is an expression for what is really called lawful permanent resident or LPR status in U.S. immigration law. A person having LPR status has the right to permanently reside in…

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