Immigration

Trump's Final Days: AILA's Prediction on Proclamations and Regulatory Actions

It is widely anticipated the Trump administration will publish as many final regulations and extensions of proclamations as possible before January 20th to make longer-lasting policy changes. Learn more about AILA's predictions regarding employment-based immigration policies.

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Not Equal in America: My Immigration Story

Our drive to lead with empathy is born from the experiences of immigrants on the team at Bridge. Bridge Sales Development Representative, Chidinma "Dinma" Molokwu, immigrated to America from Nigeria. Her story sheds a light on the challenges immigrants face to be seen as equals in America.

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Having a Voice in America: My Immigration Story

Our drive to lead with empathy is born from the experiences of immigrants on the team at Bridge. Bridge Client Services Associate, Georgia Miller, immigrated to America from the U.K. within the past year. Her story taught us the value of having a voice.

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What Employment-Based Immigration Means to Families: My Immigration Story

Our drive to lead with empathy is born from the experiences of immigrants on the team at Bridge with their own stories of hopes, dreams, and challenges when coming to work and live in America. We sat down with one of our Client Services Associates, Vanessa Redrico, who immigrated to America from the Philippines when she was 6 years old. Her story brought us to a whole new level of what employment-based immigration means to families.

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Reminders for International Employees Traveling or Changing Their Address

The end of the year brings change including moves and upcoming trips. Here are tips for international employees to keep their immigration status current with USCIS.

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COVID-19: Timeline of Immigration Updates

Check out this infographic with a timeline of the critical updates since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the impacts on immigration. Read articles related to each update. 

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