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Mar 22, 2023

Health Care Immigration: Alleviating the U.S. Nursing Shortage

The nursing shortage has been a persistent problem in the United States for decades, with experts predicting it will only worsen in the coming years. Many factors contribute to the nursing shortage, including an aging population, the retirement of experienced nurses, and an increasing demand for healthcare services. » Read More

Mar 01, 2023

Good News for American Businesses: H1-B Denial Rates Plummet Under Biden Write

The H-1B visa program has been the subject of intense scrutiny and controversy over the past few years with high denial rates causing significant challenges for companies seeking to hire foreign workers in specialty occupations. However, the H-1B visa landscape has experienced a dramatic shift under the Biden administration. » Read More

Nov 16, 2022

Accused Attacker of Paul Pelosi Present in the United States Illegally; Faces Deportation

Accused Attacker of Paul Pelosi Present in the United States Illegally; Faces Deportation

On Oct. 28, 2022, an individual violently attacked Paul Pelosi, husband of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, seriously injuring Mr. Pelosi, who was hospitalized following the attack and underwent surgery for his injuries. » Read More

Apr 05, 2022

Religious Workers Face Uncertainty Over Immigration Status

Every year, approximately 5,000 people enter the United States from abroad to be religious workers. However, extensive immigration backlogs are forcing religious workers out of work, and in some cases, even forcing them to leave the country.

The R-1 Visa Process

One mechanism through which religious workers gain legal status in the United States is the R-1 visa. » Read More

Mar 29, 2022

USCIS Policies Lead to High Denial Rates for L-1B Petitions

The L-1B nonimmigrant visa program is regularly utilized by companies to transfer employees with specialized knowledge from foreign countries to the United States. According to a recent analysis, the program continues to experience significant denial rates, raising questions about the underlying causes of the phenomenon.  » Read More

Mar 25, 2022

Immigration Weekly Round-Up: Major Shake-Ups in U.S. Asylum Law; Congress Weighs Adding Business Visas

U.S. to Change Asylum Procedures, Also Admit 100,000 Refugees from Ukraine

This week, the Biden Administration issued a new rule that will allow for asylum officers at the U.S.-Mexico border to adjudicate claims for protection from removal made by immigrants who fear persecution in their home country. The » Read More