Tag Archives: U.s. Immigration

Global Advisor Symposium on Youth Immigration Legal Status

New York, N.Y. The Safe Passage Project and the James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation hosted a symposium on youth immigration, titled “An Overview of Immigration Law and the Paths to Legal Status for Youth” last Friday, April 13 at New York Law School. Keynote speaker Professor Lenni Benson is a nationally recognized expert in the field of […]

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Survey: U.S. H-1B Visa Policies Too Restrictive

New York, N.Y. Policies supporting the special non-immigrant H-1B visa program in the United States are too restrictive, undercutting free enterprise and ultimately damaging the economy, according to a survey, of U.S. business executives, by a Dartmouth College dean. The H-1B visas, for which the U.S. began accepting new applications on April 1, are designed to […]

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U.S. Border Policy: How To Fix What’s Broken

How are we doing on sealing our long, long border with Mexico, all 1,952 miles of it? The Secure Fence Act of 2006 calls for 670 miles of new fencing, running along one-third of the border. As of last fall, 370 miles had been installed — at a cost of some $5 million per mile. […]

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