Thank you to Margaret Stock, Immigration attorney & US Senate Candidate; and Ben Johnson Executive Director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, for taking time out of their busy schedules to join me on #ImmigrationwithTahmina at Desi 1250am.
Thank you so much to Jeremy Robbins for taking time out of his schedule to speak with us!
Last week was momentous- The Supreme Court of the United States handed down a non-decision on the pending DAPA/DACA case that resulted in essentially a blow to the policy. In a huge shock, last week also saw that my home country, Britain, decided to exit from the European Union. And more at home, I had[…]
Interview and discussion about H1b lottery with owner of OT Clubhouse Teresa Fairfield: Discussion about immigration and entrepreneurship with Adnan Mahmud, CEO Livestories
We are delighted to announce that our guest this week on “Immigration with Tahmina” on Desi 1250am will be Teresa L. Fair-Field! Teresa is a local Seattle entrepreneur and business woman, owner of OT Clubhouse. She recently applied for an H1b visa in the lottery on April 1st for an employee. When she agreed to[…]
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WASHINGTON — More Americans favor than oppose a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who are living in the United States illegally, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows. Source: Majority of Americans favor path to citizenship | PBS NewsHour
The scandal is not what’s illegal, it’s what’s legal. Source: Column: What’s really at stake in the EB-5 investor visa overhaul: honesty | PBS NewsHour
The EB-5 visa program allows foreign investors to obtain green cards, provided they invest $500,000 to $1 million. The program is up for reauthorization in Congress, and as economics correspondent Paul Solman reports, there is some controversy over whether or not the program should continue. Source: Should Congress rein in this controversial visa program?
Congress passed a temporary spending bill – a Continuing Resolution – that extends the EB-5 program until December 11, 2015. The Continuing Resolution extends the EB-5 program “as is” – no increase in investment amount or other changes. The Congress can act on EB-5 program reforms any time between now and December 11, 2015.