Court Decisions are Falling Trump’s Way on a Bad Immigration Policy

Two down, one to go. Federal judges in three separate circuits issued injunctions — two nationwide, one limited to the 9th Circuit — against President Trump’s pending “public charge” rule, which would make immigrants ineligible for green cards if they…
Immigration Board Halts Deportation Of Connecticut Mother

A federal board of appeals has terminated the deportation proceedings of Wayzaro Walton, a Connecticut resident and green card holder. Walton received a full pardon for shoplifting convictions from the state’s parole board in January. ICE officials said her pardon…
Forcing the White House to disclose truth on immigration

The administration of President Donald Trump has, periodically, made sweeping decisions designed to deliver on campaign promises to put “America first”. Immigration policies have presented low-hanging fruit and are easy targets for reform. The Trump White House generally provides a…
A Bipartisan Immigration Bill that Will Help Farmers

There’s no doubt America’s major political parties are divided about immigration. But the House of Representatives will vote Wednesday on whether to advance a bipartisan bill—with support from dozens of both Democrats and Republicans—to make the system better for America’s…
H-1B in 2020: Immigration Visa Faces Further Restrictions

It’s been a year of big changes for the H-1B visa—and things aren’t done yet. The next 12 months could fundamentally change everything about the visa, from who can obtain one to which types of companies will face higher rejection…
McKinsey’s Complicity in Immigration Cruelty

The best depiction of management consultants in popular culture comes from the Bobs in Office Space. They descend upon the nondescript software firm Initech to fire workers in the name of efficiency. They’re just doing their job, poring over the…