Blog Posts in January, 2018

  • White House Says No Deal on DACA Yet

    The White House said that no deal has been reached to protect nearly 800,000 DACA recipients. “There has not been a deal reached yet,” said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “We still think we can get there, and we are very focused trying to make sure that it happens.” However, six bipartisan senators announced they reached a deal in principle on legislation that would shield ...
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  • Temporary vs. Permanent Work Visas: What’s the Difference?

    The United States attracts immigrants from all sorts of professional backgrounds. Researchers, artists, religious workers, scientists and even athletes seek employment in the U.S. However, to enter and work in the country, immigrant workers will need to have a visa. There are two categories of employment visas for workers: temporary and permanent . In this blog, we explain what the differences are ...
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  • Deportation FAQs

    With the tough stance that the Trump Administration has taken on U.S. immigration, it is important to become informed about deportation practices you might have to face. Trump’s “Enforcement Priorities,” which is contained in “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” replaces the Obama era enforcement priorities. These new priorities are now in effect and will likely sweep ...
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