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  • Foreign nationals on student visas disappear, Obama knew about ISIS
    Foreign nationals on student visas disappear, Obama knew about ISIS
    As the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack approaches, concerns are being raised that the federal government has lost track of 6,000 foreign nationals who arrived in the U.S. on student visas and those who vanished...
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    Ethics complaint targets Harry Reid over casino investors
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is the target of an ethics and conflict-of-interest complaint over his involvement in a visa-investor venture, Watchdog.org reported Tuesday.The complaint, filed by the activist group Cause of Action, asserts that...
  • Edy Duran
    State Department worker exchanges visas for sex and Money
    Edy Zohar Rodrigues Duran has been removed from the embassy in Guyana, allegedly for demanding sex and money in exchange for visas, in what may be a massive human trafficking operation.The State Department last week, acknowledged an ongoing...
  • Irish pork? 'Schumer Visas' earmark more immigration
    Irish pork? 'Schumer Visas' earmark more immigration
    WASHINGTON – Irish nationals seeking to enter the United States would get special treatment under an earmarked immigration amendment by Sen. Chuck Schumer.Over the objection of some Republicans, including Iowa’s Charles Grassley, who...
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    Dennis Miller and Senator Mike Lee on Immigration Reform
    Broadcasting locally on Lehigh Valley’s 1100 AM WGPA this Wednesday, Dennis Miller spoke with Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) on the question of comprehensive immigration reform. Though involved in early bipartisan discussions with the Gang of Eight...
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    6 facts you should know about the Schengen Agreement
    The Schengen Agreement between 26 European countries eliminates border controls for individuals traveling between those countries. In other words, once inside the Schengen “zone,” travelers are not required to pass through customs or...
  • STEM Jobs Act
    Limited immigration bill to be considered by House Republicans
    Still smarting from their abysmal showing among Hispanic voters in the Presidential election, House Republicans are doing an about-face on immigration reform legislation this coming week.Republicans are planning on a vote that will expand visas...
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    Do immigrants affect the U.S. job market?
    The Labor Department report on the Mayunemployment rate painted a less than rosy picture for workers seeking jobs. After starting off the year withan averageof 252,000 jobs a month being gained, the figures have dropped to 77,000 for April, and 69...
  • Chinese Yuan
    China, Zimbabwe trade doubles, calls for relaxed visas for Asians
    Harare -China continues to make its presence known in parts of Africa, including Zimbabwe. Many Chinese companies and public officials are working closely with their Zimbabwean counterparts as the Asian economic powerhouse persists in its African...
  • Wedding Chapel
    Getting married to legalize those illegally in the country remains popular in US
    Once upon a time marriage was proposed and a happily ever after soon followed. However, a backlog of legal immigration applications has given way to an easier way to legalize one’s status- fraudulent marriage.In the last three years, the...
  • Terrorists
    Terrorists allowed to enter U.S. with visas
    As the events occurring in Oslo, Norway, serve as a reminder that extremists who espouse violence are deeply entrenched in the free-world, U.S. government officials have yet to develop or implement an adequate security program to keep foreign...
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    American workers are given the boot to make room for foreign workers.
    Figures are kept under wrap, but the numbers of H-1B visas keep rising even while America's unemployment rates escalate. In 2006, hundreds of thousands of Americans were given the boot while more than 77,851 workers were imported from overseas...
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    USCIS immigration fees to increase
    Last last week Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced moderate increases for most immigration processing services and green cards. Averaging about 10%, these changes will take effect later this summer after a period of public...
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    Live in Costa Rica on a tourist visa
    View over Laka Apapoyo, Nicaragua One of the problems with living in Costa Rica is that the tourist visaonly allows you a three-month stay, after which you are obliged to leave the country for at least 72 hours. Since we were living in the...