Tech layoffs mean massive foreign national casualties and abandoning the heart of Tech success

2024-01-02T11:38:57-05:00

Google recently laid off 12,000 U.S.-based workers, following a trend of other prominent US Tech companies that recently had massive layoffs.

The engine that drives these companies are the engineers and tech workers, and many of them are foreign nationals who are sponsored by the Googles of the world. Google simply downsizes/adjusts/streamlines (use whatever term […]

Tech layoffs mean massive foreign national casualties and abandoning the heart of Tech success2024-01-02T11:38:57-05:00

A Brief Respite from the Madness: Consular Interviews for Certain Visas Waived for 2022

2023-12-18T10:07:46-05:00

The good news on the U.S. immigration front has been few and far between since Covid-19 shut down the world in March of 2021. It’s hard to fathom all the barriers that the U.S. government created in that lapse of time, including country-specific bars to entry which kept millions of people from traveling to […]

A Brief Respite from the Madness: Consular Interviews for Certain Visas Waived for 20222023-12-18T10:07:46-05:00

2015: Turning Over a New Leaf in Immigration?

2024-03-04T12:31:42-05:00

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The end of 2014 is almost here, so let’s look forward to 2015:

What will be the effect of this immigration reform?

I believe the primary effect of President Obama’s Executive Action will be to mobilize people who are undocumented. Potentially 5 million people can apply for the […]

2015: Turning Over a New Leaf in Immigration?2024-03-04T12:31:42-05:00

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