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Refugees in Canada- Starbucks has Hiring Plans

Starbucks Announces Hiring 10,000 Refugees by 2018 Now that the original travel ban and the revised travel ban has come and gone, many people fear the future of refugees in America. Thankfully, companies are working to better the lives of refugees looking for a safe and better start to their new life. Starbucks, the highly […]

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Child of Undocumented Canadian Immigrant Arrested After Speaking Out

PSA: If you are at risk of deportation READ THIS and seek legal help On Wednesday, March 1st, there was a news conference in Jackson, Mississippi about the unchanging immigration system. A young girl, Daniela Vargas, 22, was one of the people who spoke about undocumented immigrants who want legal status. She was arrested after […]

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How to Defend Yourself From Immigration Raids

Recently the raids of undocumented criminals have started in cities across America. Many undocumented immigrants, without a criminal record, are wondering what they should do if an ICE agent comes to your door. What immigrant advocates want you to do if ICE agents come to your door The sudden and unexpected deportation of the undocumented […]

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Canada’s Tech Firms See Opportunity in US Travel Ban

Recently major US tech companies have teamed up to take steps against President Donald Trump’s travel ban, although it has currently been temporarily halted. Canada’s tech industry is hopeful that the executive order will bring much-needed talent to their country.  Although US Tech Firms Fight Travel Ban, Canada’s See Opportunity Canadian technology firms have been […]

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Travelers Race to US Before Trump Reinstates Travel Ban

Federal Judge vs President Trump Last week thousands gathered at JFK Airport to protest the detention of several travelers who had valid visas when embarking upon their flights, but who ran afoul of President Trump’s executive order restricting travel from several Middle Eastern, Muslim-majority countries. This week travelers from those seven predominantly Muslim countries are […]

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US Tech Companies Join Forces Against Immigration Travel Ban

It is a widely-held belief within tech companies that immigration to the U.S. has been and continues to be a driving force for the American economy. Tech CEOs Take a Stand Against Donald Trump’s Immigration Order Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley have teamed up together over the weekend to support the high-profile […]

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Full Executive Order Text: Limiting Refugees and Immigrants Into the U.S.

President Trump signed an executive order on Friday titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” Following is the language of that order, as supplied by the White House. By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration […]

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Indian Outsourcing Firms Prep for Curbs on H-1B Visa Workers Under Trump

India has a massive $108 billion technology-outsourcing industry that has been having to rethink their hiring procedure in America because of the changes the Trump administration is enforcing. India’s mammoth technology outsourcing industry is having to rethink hiring practices in the U.S., its largest market Donald Trump has chastised U.S. businesses for offshoring American jobs. […]

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Trump’s Ban Affects American Companies

Trump’s Next Immigration Move to Hit Closer to Home for Tech Many technology companies in the United States rely on foreign talent to fill the lack of technological talent in America. These tech companies are revolting against the ban on refugees, travelers, and immigrants, primarily from Muslim countries. If the ban does complete the intended […]

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Canada Accepts What the U.S. is Turning Away

i Canada to offer temporary residency to travelers stranded by U.S Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been the front runner for promoting a safe environment for refugees fleeing their dangerous homeland. He has been watching the United States this week and the changes that the President has enforced. Canada has offered to house travelers stranded […]

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