Tag: Immigration Reform

  1. Immigration Weekly Round-Up: Labor Secretary Calls for Immigration Changes; New Jersey Impacted by War in Ukraine; European “Heiress” Ordered Deported

    U.S. Labor Secretary Laments Outdated Immigration System During an appearance at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference this week in Austin, Texas, U.S. Labor Secretary Martin Walsh told audience members that the current U.S. immigration is hurting American employers and adding to the country’s workforce issues. At a conference panel discussion, Mr. Walsh stated that “the lack of action on immigration reform is only hurting, quite honestly, READ MORE READ MORE

  2. Immigration Weekly Round-Up: Labor Secretary Calls for Immigration Changes; New Jersey Impacted by War in Ukraine; European “Heiress” Ordered Deported

    U.S. Labor Secretary Laments Outdated Immigration System During an appearance at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference this week in Austin, Texas, U.S. Labor Secretary Martin Walsh told audience members that the current U.S. immigration is hurting American employers and adding to the country’s workforce issues. At a conference panel discussion, Mr. Walsh stated that “the lack of action on immigration reform is only hurting, quite honestly, READ MORE READ MORE

  3. Biden Administration Unveils Immigration Reform in 2021 Regulatory Agenda

    The Biden Administration recently published its 2021 Regulatory Agenda, which lists regulations under active consideration by various agencies within the federal government. According to these proposals, the Biden administration is working to enact reforms to the American immigration system. Potentially impacted programs, like the H-1B visa program, continue to evoke heated political debate. 2021 Regulatory Agenda According to a recent article by the Times of India, the recently announced READ MORE READ MORE

  4. Immigration Weekly Round-Up: GOP Seeks to Stop Immigrants from Voting in Local Elections; Immigration Reform Faces Another Setback; ACLU Demands Boosters for Inmates

    Senate Republicans Seek to Stop Immigrants from Voting in Local Elections Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) recently unveiled legislation that would bar federal funding to states and localities that allow noncitizens to vote. The legislation is in response to a decision from the New York City Council earlier this month that allows certain permanent residents and other foreign citizens to vote in local elections. The New York City READ MORE READ MORE