On my last project before law school, we had an H-1B database administrative, Uma. Uma did not know the first thing about databases and struggled to learn through books on the job. Sadly, she had no real computer talent and would never become very good in the field.
So why was Uma on the
According to a story in USA Today, a number of law enforcement departments throughout the United States -- including some in major urban areas, such as Chicago -- are hiring non-citizens as officers. The article tells us that a few don't even demand that the individual be a permanent
I testified last week before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Reforms Needed to Protect Skilled American Workers. It was a great honor to be invited. However, participating in an event like this highlights the growing isolation between Washington and the rest of America.
At one time there
In the Senate Judiciary committee hearing on March 17, 2015, entitled "Immigration Reforms Needed to Protect Skilled American Workers", much of the conversation about the H1-B visa program revolved around balancing legitimate business needs to fill vacant positions and the effect of the
ICE is the acronym for the agency charged with immigration enforcement in the interior of the United States. Officially it stands for "Immigration and Customs Enforcement", but privately many of its agents say it stands for "I Can't Enforce" — a blunt acknowledgement
A USCIS document provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee details exactly which categories of legal immigrants were disadvantaged by the implementation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the amnesty for the so-called illegal alien "Dreamers". The document
In prior blogs, I've talked about the lawsuit filed by 26 states against the administration alleging that its "executive actions" on immigration are unlawful and unconstitutional.
First, I discussed a temporary restraining order forbidding implementation of key portions