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Trump Administration Considers Tougher H-1B US Visa Rules

The Department of Homeland Security is preparing a proposal to make it even more difficult to acquire an H-1B US visa. Stringent regulations on the selection process for H-1B US visa petitioners are on the cards, according to the international immigration firm, Fragomen. The most recent update on the Fragomen website says that the Department …

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Immigrants Hope to Evade Deportation with Governors’ Pardons

Governor Jerry Brown, has pardoned two Cambodian immigrant refugees living in Northern Carolina. They had been on a pathway towards deportation from the US, as a result of criminal convictions many years ago, placing them in the crosshairs of the Trump administration’s more aggressive immigration enforcement policy. Brown’s announcement that he was pardoning Rottanak Kong, …

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Immigrant Health Coverage Proposed by California Lawmakers

A proposal announced by Democrat lawmakers would see California spending as much as $1 billion per annum on healthcare for undocumented immigrants. The proposal would remove the requirements for legal residency in the California version of the Medicaid program, Medi-Cal, already given to youngsters’ aged 19 and under. The proposal is part of a new …

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Immigrant Military Deportation Risk Reduced by New Provision

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed a new defense authorization bill, which included a measure to protect immigrant recruits from the threat of deportation due to enlistment contract cancellations while they await the completion of background checks. It is a major step forward for lawmakers and advocates wanting to ensure that non-citizens continue to be …

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