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Texas counts DACA, Dream Act cost

17 Jan

By John Austin, Jacksonville Progress AUSTIN — Holding a campus job to cover rent while attending the University of Texas isn’t making Sam Cervantes rich, but the sales taxes and tuition he pays are helping enrich the state’s economy. Yet while Cervantes aspires to someday become a lawyer, as one […]

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) published the Monthly Visa Bulletin for January 2018, showing significant advancement in the Other Workers preference category for China and modest forward movement across all employment-based categories except for EB-1, which remains current for all countries. The EB-2 category remains current for applicants born […]

By Hikmet Ersek and David Lubell, The Hill (Op-Ed) Monday, as we observe the United Nation’s 18th annual International Migrants Day, we’re reminded that the contributions of immigrants are key ingredients to the success and vibrancy of the countries and communities they join. It is a day to look past […]