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The Business of Texas

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Texas is known as a business friendly state – low taxes, moderate regulations, and a good supply of workers. When it comes to immigration we have a mixed bag – (1) immigrants willing to work but may be here illegally and ...

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A Note on the H-1B Visa Cap

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Why are we capping the entry of professionals and entrepreneurs who create jobs by developing technology and building businesses that enlarge the overall economy?

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Business Immigration Flash – Two Items to Consider

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Recruiting, hiring and verifying a talented and legal workforce in a burgeoning economic hotspot like the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex is a continuing challenge for employers.

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A new report shows how much immigrants contribute to the Texas Economy

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The American Immigration Council recently posted a summary of a report from the Center for Public Policy Priorities, which details the many ways in which “immigrants in Texas are major drivers of the state’s ...

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In the US legally but unable to work? H-4s wish for work authorization

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http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/12/smallbusiness/h4-visa-immigration/

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What does the United States do with ISIS members and recruits who are US citizens?

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As of today, three US citizens are known to have been killed fighting against ISIS. ISIS has voiced its desire to harm to the US and supports Sharia law. The questions become: What does the United States do with ISIS members ...

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Three Little Words All Employers Hate to Hear

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Notice of Inspection Those are three words an employer never wants to hear. The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division has issued more than 10,000 Notices of Inspection in the ...

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First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes…..consular processing?

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Let’s face it: people love to be in love.  As the famous playground tune, sung in numerous languages and versions around the world, goes: “[Name] and [Name] sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G, first comes love, then comes ...

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Freedom is relative, not absolute!!

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The concerns are genuine: border security, humanitarian care, safety and health, and a 21st century international and mobile workforce. The solutions are hard and will demand compromise but isn't that the role of the U.S. ...

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Verifying a Mobile Workforce

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The construction industry revolves around a transient workforce and must adapt to ever-changing worksite locations. Therefore, when headquarters is based in a different location than the worksite, employers must ensure that ...

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