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Trump Hardening Immigration Stance as Shutdown Looms

President Donald Trump continues to harden his demands on a deal protecting young undocumented immigrants from deportation from the US, as talks with congressional Democrats try to avert a possible government shutdown over the issue. On Tuesday, a spokesman for the White House said that any deal to protect ‘Dreamers’ whose future has been threatened …

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Chicago Immigration Court Slows down as Cases Increase

The immigration court in Chicago is now the second average slowest at disposing of cases in the US, because of an increase in the number of pending cases, as well as the complex nature of many of them, according to statistics. Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse has collected national data, showing that the average …

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Onerous Conditions on New H-1B Bill, Nasscom Says

The proposed new Protect and Grow New American Jobs US bill is filled with onerous conditions, placing unprecedented obligations on both clients who use H-1B US visas, and Indian IT firms, according to software body, Nasscom. Nasscom says their concerns about the US visa issues have been raised with Congressmen, Senators, and the Trump administration …

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Undocumented Irish Boston Immigrants Face Fearful Times

President Donald Trump has kept his promise to find undocumented immigrants via Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), with the impact of the directive on the Irish community of Boston increasing dramatically over the last 12 months. Irish immigrants who have become undocumented by overstaying their US visas or for other reasons are now faced with …

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Immigration Action Planned at Tennessee Job Sites

The federal government intends to increase the number of immigration enforcement actions at job sites in Tennessee next year, according to high-ranking enforcement official, Robert Hammer. Immigration investigations in workplaces are likely to focus on critical infrastructures, such as food distribution, defense contractors, airports, and other companies that impact on the community’s general welfare and …

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