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Business schools raise alarm about H-1B visas

by Meghan McCarty Carino Oct 15, 2019
There are fewer international students, a letter to Congress and the Trump administration says, and that could have long-term economic implications.
The dean of the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University said there were 13% fewer international students in the U.S. last year. Above, the Duke University campus in Durham, North Carolina.
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Recent waves of U.S. immigrants are more highly skilled and educated than before, study finds

by Kimberly Adams and Daniel Shin Jul 10, 2019
Andrew Lim of New American Economy says more than 60% of immigrants 25 or older who were admitted in 2017 had at least a bachelor’s degree.
A sign on the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Mexico.
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Could prosperity at home curb migration?

by Ben Bradford Jun 27, 2019
A new report suggests sending aid abroad could help ease a surge in inward migration.
A Guatemalan migrant recently released from federal detention holds an envelope with a message written in English as he waits inside a bus depot on June 11, 2019, in McAllen, Texas.
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Trump says US, Mexico reach agreement to prevent tariffs

by Associated Press Jun 7, 2019
Deal ends threat of U.S. tariffs against Mexico.
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For the UFW's first female leader, it's business as usual

by Kimberly Adams Sep 3, 2018
Teresa Romero is also the first immigrant woman to lead a national union. She talked to Kimberly Adams about a variety of topics before she steps into the role in December.
A person holds up a U.F.W. sign during U.S. President Barack Obama's announcement of the Cesar E. Chavez National by in honor the late Latino farm worker and labor and civil rights activist on October 8, 2012 in Keene Kern County, California.
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Getting an H-1B visa is becoming more difficult

by Jana Kasperkevic Apr 2, 2018
The applications for 2018 are open.
President Donald Trump speaks after touring Snap-On Inc. in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 18, 2017.
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As immigration deal stalls, "Dreamer" business owners deal with uncertainty

by Jana Kasperkevic and Peter Balonon-Rosen Mar 2, 2018
The political stalemate makes planning ahead “very difficult.”
Demonstrators rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program near Trump Tower in New York on Oct. 5, 2017.
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What's on the Republican economic agenda in the coming year?

by David Brancaccio Jan 17, 2018
One economist argues immigration reform is essential to kick-starting productivity.
President Trump shakes hands with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as he meets with Republican congressional leaders in the Roosevelt Room at the White House.
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In Nebraska, immigrants work hard-to-fill jobs in meatpacking industry

by Reema Khrais and Daisy Palacios Sep 8, 2017
The nation's food supply chain could collapse without immigrant labor.
Chuck Folken is the owner of Folken Feed Yards, a livestock feed farm in Leigh, Nebraska.
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ICE union to Trump: Come drain our swamp

by Jana Kasperkevic Mar 23, 2017
Homeland Security is facing a slew of recruiting challenges, including a high rate of polygraph failure, pay parity and a lack of morale, according to employee representatives.
US President Donald Trump chats with reporters on board Air Force One before departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, bound for Palm Beach, Florida on February 3, 2017. 

 
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