‘Buy American, Hire American’ sounds good, but in reality President Trump’s latest executive order overhauls the H1-B visa program that brings skilled workers to the U.S.
This drafted executive order could actually mean higher wages for both foreign workers and Americans working in Silicon Valley.
Unfortunately, the International Entrepreneur Rule is merely a stopgap in lieu of legislation to fix our broken immigration
On April 1, 2016, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services launched a new season of the hit reality show Survivor: High-Skilled Immigration via the H-1B visa program. Being a lucky survivor I have a duty to voice my concerns about the show's future.
During the past year, I've talked to hundreds of international students in the world, and the most common question they ask me is: "Why can't I find a job?"
The H-1B program is an important program that serves as a bridge to permanent immigration for talented foreign workers. It should be used to recruit truly specialized workers from abroad when the labor conditions are tight and a qualified American can't be found.
They're willing to take over work that nobody else wants to do. However, there's a certain limit that you reach when you
The United States offers protections to individuals who have suffered persecution, or fear that they will suffer persecution, due to their race, religion, national origin, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
Imagine if you had found the one person with exactly the skill set you needed and invested the time and money to go through the process only to find out that the random lottery didn't pick your number.
President Obama's executive actions are a first step for helping F-1 students like me. The actions will allow students to extend their time in the U.S. and keep contributing to this country after we earn our degrees.