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Bloggings on Dysfunctional Government
Angelo A. Paparelli writes "In the same month that the world commemorates the 20th anniversary of the bloody showdown in China's Tieneman Square, we are again witnessing (this time, through the samizdat of Twitter and YouTube) what may become another defeat for democratic freedoms in a different Asian country, Iran."
Bloggings On The H-1B Visa
Anthony F. Siliato and Scott R. Malyk write "USCIS has once again updated its announcement regarding the number of H-1B petitions it has received and counted towards the H-1B cap."
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DOJ Immigration Litigation Bulletin: October 2007
We carry the October 2007 issue of The Office of Immigration Litigation Bulletin.
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What Was Your Dream?
Remember what it was like when you had a dream? For many immigrant students their dreams of pursuing higher education can't be realized because of their immigration status -- even though they may have lived here most of their lives.
The Illegal Immigration Debate Sputters To A Start
Nations have borders as a matter of protection, just as nations have immigration laws in order to ensure an ordered society. An ordered society is to the benefit of all that participate in a particular society.
Is Reviving The Latino Workforce The Key To Rebuilding America?
An economic stimulus plan alone will not suffice. It is also important to engage in progressive policy reform in the areas of health care and immigration, and to target adult workforce retraining and efforts such as the Employee Free Choice Act so as to better empower the community in its social, economic and political aspirations.
Obama Is Vague On Immigration Reform Timeline
President Obama this morning again backed immigration reform, but left open the timing for any push through Congress.
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