A group of amnesty activists in California really had to scrape the bottom of the barrel in their quest to draw public sympathy for illegal aliens who are being deported.
On Monday, November 26, three women, two of whom are illegal aliens and one who is a U.S. citizen, chained themselves by
I nearly had a seizure reading Liz Peek's article on H-1B in the Fiscal Times. Ms. Peek had actually done some research and independent thinking; something nearly absent in today's media.
Ms. Peek observed the claims about the state of the job market for technology workers are
No matter how you feel about immigration, the comprehensive immigration reform debate can be exhausting and stressful. Supporters of legalization are outraged that there's been no legislative progress on the amnesty front and opponents are fearful that politicians will cave in to the demands of the
It is starting to look like Watergate all over again, on a smaller scale, in the South Dakota EB-5 scandal.
The national EB-5 investor-visa program grants green cards to aliens (and their families) who have placed half a million dollars in certain USCIS-approved, but not guaranteed, investments; a
There's a battle going on between a lone Department of Labor staffer and mighty Microsoft over issuing green cards to the latter's employees, and I predict that an appellate body within DoL will favor Bill Gates over the nameless certifying officer.
The standing rule is that an employer, like