immigration reform

Republicans Urge Expansion and Extension of Immigration Proclamation

Republicans sent a letter urging President Trump to extend and expand his restrictions on immigration to include guest workers. Read more about what the letter calls for.

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Why You Should Apply for Your Sibling's Green Card Soon

The current U.S. immigration system makes about 65,000 visas available each year for brothers and sisters of adult U.S. citizens, but wait times are long.

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What Does the End of DACA Mean for Employers?

Since Trump took office, DACA has been a hot-button issue. That issue reached its tipping point on Sept. 5, 2017. What does this mean for DACA employers?

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"Like" It or Not, Social Media History Could Impact Visa Applicants' Chances of Approval

The way visa applicants think of social media may soon change. DHS will be accepting public comments until May 29 on a rule that allows them access to the social media history of over 14 million people currently applying for a non-immigrant visa.

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USCIS Expands In-Person Interview Requirements

USCIS will begin imposing the requirement of an in-person interview across the board for employment-based permanent residence applicants. What does this mean?

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USCIS & DOJ Announce MOU to Combat Fraud & Discrimination by Foreign National Employers

The USCIS and DOJ have announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalize a partnership between the two agencies in an effort "to better detect and eliminate fraud, abuse, and discrimination by employers bringing foreign visa workers to the United States."

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