Supreme Court Reinstates Travel Ban; Redefines ‘Close Family Relationship’

Supreme Court Reinstates Travel Ban; Redefines ‘Close Family Relationship’

Kushner Family Dealings Prompt Call To Reform EB-5 Visa Program

Kushner Family Dealings Prompt Call To Reform EB-5 Visa Program

Kushner Family Dealings Prompt Call To Reform EB-5 Visa Program

by NPR's All Things Considered

NPR’s Robert Siegel and I spoke about changes Congress should make to the EB-5 program, common misconceptions, and the program’s history. Listen to the segment here or read the transcript through NPR’s All Things Considered.

 

 

For Refugees And Advocates, Trump Immigration Order Stay Leads To Disarray

For Refugees And Advocates, Trump Immigration Order Stay Leads To Disarray

The coordination of refugee resettlement is in disarray due to new deep cuts in the refugee quota.

 

Refugee resettlement agencies depend on State Department funding to do their work, but reduced refugee arrivals means reduced funding, leading to limits on the services they can provide and the people they can help.

 

NPR has the story here:

http://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2017/02/13/514966051/for-refugees-and-advocates-trump-immigration-order-stay-leads-to-disarray

Indian IT Outsourcers Anxious Over Potential Changes To H1-B Visas

Indian IT Outsourcers Anxious Over Potential Changes To H1-B Visas

NPR’s All Things Considered covers the H1-B visa program, its controversies, and potential changes from Congress and the Trump administration. The draft executive order, if implemented, would initiate a review of the H1-B program but likely have no direct, immediate impact. However, is it a good idea to send a strong signal that we no longer like foreign workers — we’re all about only U.S. workers?

Learn more at http://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2017/02/14/515232929/indian-it-outsourcers-anxious-over-potential-changes-to-h1-b-visas