Staying Ahead of the Compliance Curve – Heading Off Risks in Short Term Assignments

By Ryan Chargois When it comes to assignment planning, the thought, “If only we had known in advance,” probably comes up more often than anyone would like. It can seem as if all the effort that goes into tracking and reporting on short-term assignees and global business travelers...

Trump’s Immigration Policies May Give Rise to More Fraud, Experts and Advocates Warn

by Erik Ortiz The community space used by the San Diego nonprofit Border Angels bustles during free advice sessions. In recent weeks, as many as 40 people have shown up for a single event in need of immigration help — up from the typical two or three, said founder Enrique...

Trump raises hopes at Border Security Expo

SAN ANTONIO — The smell of money was in the air at the 2017 Border Security Expo, the annual gathering of private firms, contractors and government officials who make their living beefing up the nation’s borders. With President Donald Trump pushing for billions of new dollars in...

U.S. Immigration Agency Will Lose Millions Because It Can’t Process Visas Fast Enough

Fees from so-called “premium processing” to expedite H-1B visas have paid for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ efforts to digitize. But the agency hasn’t been able to keep up with demand, forcing it to suspend its cash cow. by Marcelo Rochabrun Lost amid the uproar over...
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