L-1 Visa

New Chinese-Only School Opens in New Hampshire

In New Hampshire, a new private school recently opened that will be exclusively for Chinese students. Bucshe Academy, one of the nation’s first Chinese-owned schools, hopes to enroll 300 students from mainland China next year. The students’ goal is to eventually enter Harvard or MIT.

Bipartisan Legislation Introduced to Fix American Job-Killing Visa Mess

U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) introduced a long overdue bill to close the multiple loopholes in the H-1B and L-1 visas. Called the H-1B and L-1 Visa Reform Act, the legislation would protect U.S. workers and crack down on foreign outsourcing companies’ abuses that deprive qualified Americans from gaining employment and getting high-paying jobs. U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) is a co-sponsor.

H-1B Visa Cap Full? Employers Abuse the L!

Recently, I attended an immigration conference in Washington D.C. that included several American engineers. The agenda included a discussion about the fired Southern California Edison and Disney IT workers who, in addition to losing their jobs to H-1B visa holders, had to suffer the indignity of training their foreign-born replacements or lose their severance.

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Anti-American Worker, Pro-Insatiable U.S. Corporations

Pat Buchanan, former presidential candidate and long-time illegal immigration foe, has resurfaced with a vengeance to protest the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Buchanan is also railing against his fellow Republicans who, a mere six months ago, promised voters they would fight against President Obama’s tyrannical government and oppose him at every turn.

Obama Races to Ease Restrictions on L Visa

Here’s an easy crash course to help understand how determined President Obama is to undermine American workers, and to use his executive authority to subvert them. Last week, I wrote about the encouraging news that L-1 visa rejections recently hit a high of 34 percent. Read the post here.

Finally, USCIS Cracking Down on Nonimmigrant Work Visas!

Tightening the standards for nonimmigrant worker visa approval and curbing the inherent abuse is long overdue. Happily, a recent analysis shows that approvals at least in some visa categories are in decline.

Regardless of American Worker Displacement, Immigration Grinds On

Getting a consensus on how many millions of Americans are looking for work is tough. But one thing is certain: No matter how the White House favorably spins the April Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report (unemployment down to 8.1 percent from last month’s 8.2), the net result can’t be obscured. Last month, the dismal economy created only a measly 115,000 jobs.