U.S. immigration law has become so inadequate that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will reject up to 82% of the H-1B registrations for high-skilled foreign nationals submitted in the most recent H-1B lottery, according to the latest government data. In contrast, there is no numerical limit on high-skilled temporary visas in Canada under the […]
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Speeding up immigration could be a way out of the labor shortage. That’s according to David Kelly, the chief global strategist of JPMorgan’s asset management division. “If we sped up the immigration of people based particularly on work skills and work demand, if we increased the number of people who were allowed to immigrate into […]
Sens. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) plan to bring together a group of senators interested in trying to revive immigration discussions after the April recess. They “want to sit at a table and ask members who have immigration, bipartisan immigration bills, to come and propose those bills to us and see if we can build a […]
A bipartisan group of senators want to start formally convening meetings to try to restart immigration reform efforts after the Senate returns to Washington, D.C., from an April break. A bipartisan immigration deal appears to be congressional Democrats’ best hope of making good on their pledge to reform immigration, after Democrats’ attempts to go it […]
The Biden administration on Tuesday is announcing three measures to reduce a growing multimillion-case backlog of immigration applications that has crippled the U.S. government’s ability to process them in a timely fashion, a senior U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) official told CBS News. The agency plans to expand the number of applicants who can […]
About 45 million foreign-born people currently live in the United States, making up about 14 percent of the U.S. population — a share that is just below the fraction of immigrants living in the United States around the turn of the twentieth century, when immigration was at its previous historic high. But net migration to […]
NJBIA calls for support of bipartisan resolution bolstering BridgeUSA visa program and NJ businesses