Immigration Reform Blog

Trump Executive Orders on Immigration

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed two executive orders that make good on his threat to crack down on immigration and border security. The orders call for, among other things, the building of a wall [...]

Immigration Reform in 2017

There is no question that the United States immigration system is a disaster. Millions of people in the U.S. lack legal immigration status and have no means with which to obtain it.  Those attempting to [...]

Andres Mejer’s Commentary on the SAFE Act

Curious to read our comments about the so-called SAFE Act?  Please follow this link to my recent blog post analyzing the SAFE Act. Read More About Andres Mejer's Commentary on the SAFE Act...

Another Year Another H-1B cap reached

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that on the first day it can count petitions; USCIS has received more than enough to reach the 85,000 maximum H-1B visas that are available in fiscal year [...]

Driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants?

On Wednesday, March 27th, the city council of Jersey City, NJ approved a resolution that supported the possibility of a state measure allowing undocumented immigrants to receive driver's licenses.  This means that Jersey City has announced [...]

Border Security

Republican's first principle for immigration reform in 2014 concerns Border Security.  They argue Its is imperative that the border be secured There should be a low tolerance for illegal entry or visa overstays Its is [...]

Immigration Reform Title I: Border Security

This bi-partisan bill is designed to: strengthen the border, strengthen the economy and the rights of American workers, create a roadmap to citizenship for the approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants, change our visa system, and [...]