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President Trump Calls for Stricter Immigration Laws Following the Terrorist Attack in New York City

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This week on Tuesday, Halloween afternoon, the first ISIS inspired terrorist attack in the country since President Trump took office took place in New York City, on Manhattan’s lower west side, in the shadow of the World Trade Center Memorial.  The culprit, an Uzbek immigrant, rented a truck and drove it along a bike path killing 8 and injuring several others.  He originally entered the U.S. in 2010…

How To Get NY Visas

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New York City is one of the most attractive cities in the world to live in. This attraction draws people worldwide to a life in the Big Apple. The availability of high paying jobs is a big draw for the national community. However, given recent developments by the Trump Administration immigration is harder than ever. Today we are going to examine the NY visa process. We will discuss…

ICE Detainee Locator: Find Someone in ICE Custody

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Has Someone Been Detained? You may know someone who has recently disappeared.  If you believe U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement was responsible, then there are resources to find out what happened and where the government is holding your friend or family member. The ICE detainee locator is the first tool you can use to see if ICE has taken someone you know into custody. Unfortunately, this search has become more relevant…

President Trump Suffers Another Defeat – Next Stop, The Supreme Court

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President Trump’s second attempt to prevent people from Muslim countries from traveling to the U.S. suffers another defeat. The executive order which is a “watered down” version of the first travel ban that was announced shortly after President Trump was sworn is dead in the water. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s temporary injunction of the travel ban. About the Ruling The Fourth Circuit…

New York Sanctuary Cities: Zero Tolerance and the Upcoming Battle

Sanctuary cities are cities, counties, or states with active policies that limit cooperation with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Sanctuary states include New Mexico, Connecticut, Colorado, and California. New York sanctuary cities include Ithaca, New York City, Rochester, and Syracuse. Certain states have outlawed sanctuary cities. Georgia did so in 2009. In 2016, Georgia also put into effect laws that demand local governments to abide by federal…

Business Immigration: How to Do It Legally

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Given the new immigration landscape, it is probably best that you do some research before applying for business immigration. Today we are going to cover all of the business immigration visas. Having more knowledge about how the U.S. immigration system works, could help you obtain a visa. Did you know that there are over 20 types of non-immigrant visas? Ten of those are specifically for business. E-1 Treaty…

3 of the Most Common Ways People Immigrate Illegally

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What is Illegal Immigration? When foreign nationals enter the United States in the violation of U.S. immigration laws, it is considered illegal immigration. This type of migration includes both people who enter the United States without explicit permission (for instance, a visa) or if they enter the country lawfully, but stay beyond the authorized amount of time permitted to them. In 2016, the illegal immigrant population in America…

H-1B Visa Applications Are Grinding to a Halt as President Trump Changes Policies

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Looking Abroad for Talent Sometimes a company can’t find the right person to fill a position. They advertise and try to headhunt talent from other local businesses. They interview candidate after candidate, and the company can’t find the right person. So, what can this company do? They broaden their search to another city, and sometimes this search leads to cities in other countries. The education and experience necessary…

Puerto Rican Migration to New York: A Love Story

Puerto Ricans are one of the few groups of people that have both immigrated and migrated to the United States. After the Spanish-American war in 1898, some Puerto Ricans immigrated to the U.S. At this time Puerto Rico changed hands from Spain to the U.S. However, Puerto Ricans still needed passports to travel to the United States. Laws made the Puerto Rican migration to New York impossible at…

More Immigration Judges Headed to Speed up New York Deportations

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With every news cycle, the threat that faces illegal immigrants gets more and more real. Last month President Trump announced plans to increase the amount of ICE raids in New York City. He has since followed through with that plan. The result was more than 600 arrests in one week, nationwide. He also announced his intentions to triple the number of ICE agents. A new plan is in…

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