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The Kentucky Derby Needs Immigrants

H-2B Visa Restrictions Contribute to Labor Shortage Churchill Downs, home to the Kentucky Derby, heavily relies on immigrants to fill the jobs that have kept the famous race alive since the 1800s. Today, the fear of deportation looms over these immigrants as President Donald Trump perpetuates his strict immigration agenda. Many of these immigrants hold […]

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Trump Considers Pulling Out Of NAFTA, What Does This Mean For Immigration

Creating Tension Between America and Its Neighbors The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has considered starting the process to withdraw America from the North American Free Trade Agreement. The NAFTA is an agreement between Canada, Mexico, and the United States that created a trilateral trade bloc between the countries. The deal removed tariffs […]

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Trump Signs Executive Order Restricting H-1B Visas

“Buy American, Hire American” The President of the United States, Donald Trump, will sign an executive order prioritizing Americans over foreign workers. This order will be directed towards federal agencies that recommend changes to the temporary visa program known as the H-1B visa. This permit is used to bring foreign workers to the United States […]

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H-1B Visas Reached The Yearly Cap In 4 Days

Once again, there has been an alarming demand for H-1B visa’s in the United States. On Monday, April 3rd, the United States government began to accept applications for the H-1B visas which are usually granted to foreign tech workers. On Friday, April 7th, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that they had reached its […]

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Breaking News: Trump Might Change Immigration System Modeled after Canada

On February 28th Donald Trump set speech to the second session of Congress. The President quoted: “Nations around the world, like Canada, Australia and many others –- have a merit-based immigration system.  It is a fundamental principle that those seeking to enter a country ought to be able to support themselves financially.  In America, we […]

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Obama Left a Gift For Foreign Entrepreneurs

  Congress was tough on their decision in 2014 that they were not going to pass bipartisan immigration reform. Former President, Barrack Obama, vowed when he was in office that he was going to take whatever steps he could to bypass the Congress’ decision. Obama’s main point on his immigration agenda was to make it […]

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What To Expect With Donald Trump’s Immigration Policy

Donald Trump’s Immigration Policy Today marks the first day of the Trump administration being in power. In the first day we have already seen some changes to the white house website. The white house website instantly scrubbed off climate change, civil rights, LGBT, immigration, and healthcare pages. These pages are no longer available on the […]

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Obama Ends ‘Wet Foot, Dry Foot’ Policy for Cubans

Favored Immigration Policy for Cubans Ends Today On Thursday, January 12, president Barack Obama had announced that he will be ending the longstanding “wet foot, dry foot” policy that allows Cubans who arrive on American soil without a visa to become permanent residents. Obama wrote “By taking this step, we are treating Cuban migrants the […]

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The Newest Visa Between US and Israeli

The Newest Visa Between US and Israeli   Despite the ongoing Israeli visa crisis, recently the Israeli government has finally decided that it will accept the terms and conditions of the E-2 reciprocal visa status for American investors in Israel. Both the United States of America and Israel have taken the final step on finalizing […]

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Cuban Immigration to U.S. Continues to Spike in 2016

The complex geopolitical relationship between the United States and Cuba has frozen the island nation for more than half a century. In 2014, President Barack Obama decided to melt the remaining animosity from the cold war, restoring diplomacy with a country that’s only 90 miles away. Prior to this change, the United States considered Cuba […]

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