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Category Archives: Immigration

Do Unemployment Rates Rise because of Immigration?

With all the spending that has been a staple of the administration under United States President Joe Biden, legislative proposals to fund and balance the federal budget will likely be very contentious later this year. The factors that have forced this spending include benefits paid to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic, the infrastructure bill, and the …Read More

How to Know if You’re Eligible to Immigrate to the U.S.

Shortly after taking office in January 2021, President Joe Biden introduced a legislative proposal many analysts see as an effort to overhaul American immigration policy. Previous attempts at immigration reform have fizzled ever since the Patriot Act of 2001 complicated things, so the chances of Biden’s proposal passing in its entirety are limited. However, legal …Read More

Positive Impact of More Immigration to the United States

In August 2021, the United States Senate passed the American Jobs Plan, more commonly referred to as the Infrastructure Bill, a significant piece of legislation that will require $1 trillion from taxpayers to execute. Although major infrastructure projects such as highway construction, solar power plants, and expansion of commuter rail service are at the heart …Read More

Immigrating to the United States in 2021

Compared to the previous year, the process of entering the United States for business, travel, work, or immigration has improved considerably in 2021. Nearly all of the restrictive executive orders signed by former President Donald Trump have been eliminated or replaced with new White House directives that approximate the immigration landscape before 2017. Many coronavirus …Read More

What Is the Impact of Gender on Immigration?

The study of immigration from the perspective of gender is relatively recent. In 2003, two anthropology and sociology researchers published a study commissioned by the Migration Policy Institute, a prominent American think tank, pointing out that most immigration research conducted in the 19th and 20th centuries was largely focused on the male perspective, and it …Read More

6 Tips for Avoiding Committing Immigration Fraud Unintentionally

Any process that’s intricate by nature will open itself up to fraud and other pitfalls. Foreigners seeking legal status in the United States face many situations that can inadvertently devolve into fraudulent actions. Fraud is one of the most common reasons visas, work permits, and green cards are denied. In many of these situations, the …Read More

Immigration Issues the U.S. President Will Face in the Near Future

Violent extremism, a divided constituency, a national economy in tatters, and a pandemic that seems to keep getting worse are just some of the problems President Joe Biden faces in his first days and months in office. Many of the issues his administration faces will require a certain level of undoing. For example, executive orders …Read More

Most Recent Updates: Coronavirus & Immigration

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has been strongly felt by many federal agencies, particularly those that deal with immigration, travel, and border security. Even before the pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization in March 2020, immigration was already on the verge of collapse because of the policies of …Read More

Sponsoring Immigrants Who Aren’t Relatives

  Traditionally, family-based immigration has been the most common method for a foreigner to start a new life in the United States. The concept of allowing legal residents and American citizens to sponsor foreign relatives to join them in the U.S. makes perfect sense. It not only reunites families but also increases the likelihood of …Read More

6 Difficulties Immigrants Encounter When They Enter the United States

Even though the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has resulted in a significant reduction in immigration to the United States, it’s safe to assume things will get back to normal at some point, which means individuals and families from around the world will once again seek opportunities in a country where greatness has been achieved through …Read More

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