The US is on the brink of a Presidential transition, leaving employers to consider how business immigration will be affected by a new Presidential administration. While the Biden administration has offered insight into its plan for the US as a nation of immigrants, how much of a priority business immigration will be to the new […]
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As Trump’s presidency nears its end, his unwavering views on immigration are directly contradicted by a growing body of criminology research. Studies overwhelmingly find no evidence that U.S. immigrants, including those who are undocumented, commit more crimes than native-born Americans. And now a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA that draws from a detailed […]
A bill Sen. Mike Lee pushed through the Senate aims to end what he calls discrimination in the nation’s immigration system while increasing protections for American workers. The measure, which passed the Senate by unanimous consent Wednesday, would do away with per-country caps on employment-based green cards. “Few ideas are more central to who we are as […]
The new immigration system has eliminated the core principles of immigration law and replaced them with the current president’s own preferences. It’s time for Congress to rectify it. Before COVID-19 hit, President Trump was abusing immigration powers delegated to him by Congress to such an extent that the rest of the statutory law was quickly […]
In a significant blow to the Trump administration’s efforts to restrict high-skilled immigration, a federal judge declared the administration violated the law when it punished two regulations in October to restrict H-1B visas. The plaintiffs — businesses and universities led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce — argued economic data, the administration’s long delay and […]
Some of Trump’s actions can be undone relatively easily, legal scholars and former judges and justice officials say. Others require laborious rule-making or slow-moving litigation. For Biden allies hoping to make a fast start, choosing priorities is daunting. “It’s like a tornado passed through, just wreckage everywhere,” said T. Alexander Aleinikoff, director of the Zolberg Institute […]
Perhaps the best news since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic is that two highly effective vaccines are about to become available: one developed by Pfizer in partnership with the German firm BioNTech and one by Moderna. Immigrants or children of immigrants played key roles in both. Their role in this vital technological breakthrough is an […]