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Will the HR2 Secure the Border Act Finally Be Passed?

September 29, 2023
Immigration is historically a sensitive topic, and today’s attempts at reform are no different. The latest round of policy reformations include HR2, the Secure the Border Act of 2023. This controversial act has prompted groups like FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) and many other public policy groups to write letters demanding HR2’s attachment to the federal government’s spending agreements after the end of this fiscal year. Will this act finally be passed? Read on to find out more.

How the POWER Act Affects H-1B Holders

May 8, 2023
The United States government is constantly striving to protect its national workers while also bringing in skilled workers to help bolster the economy. One form of legislation designed to assist in this goal is the POWER Act, short for Protect Our Workers from Exploitation and Retaliation (POWER) Act. This legislation expands relief coverage for workers who suffer serious labor violations, provided they cooperate with the worker protection agencies involved in their case. Since H-1B visas are the predominant work category, anyone with this document should know about the POWER Act.

Taking a Look at the Main Differences between a Work Permit and a Work Visa

August 2, 2021
Comparing and contrasting the work visa vs. the work permit for immigrants who are interested in the powers and limits of each type.

Biden Administration Stops Public Charge Rule

March 12, 2021
The move to get rid of the I-944 Declaration of Self Sufficiency comes at a time when the USCIS is changing some of its policies regarding the burden of evidence needed to judge an immigrant applicant as a public charge. The removal of this form and the re-instatement of a 1999 ruling shows how the agency is taking steps to create more efficiencies with the U.S. immigration system.

Understanding Deportations During a Transfer of Power

December 24, 2020
The current rules and systems in place for deportation is the most strict in terms of putting immigrants in removal proceedings. A transfer of power might help ease the immigration process and the ways forms and procedures are conducted, including green card interviews.

Military Based Naturalization Guide

November 19, 2020
There is a path to citizenship via naturalization for those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and have been received an honorable discharge. This is regardless of a previous residence history or employment status in America, but still based upon the rigor of the U.S. Citizenship exam and other competencies therein.
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