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Companies are still banking on using foreign-born employees for technology jobs in San Antonio, though there were fewer H-1B requests on file for roles to start from June through December, federal records show. In San Antonio, the number of labor certification applications, filed by employers and staffing agencies dropped since […]

By Anna Giaritelli, The Washington Examiner SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS — Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke told a roomful of Border Patrol agents and national law enforcement officers Wednesday that the department will no longer “segregate” interior immigration enforcement and border security. “We used to distinguish between border security and […]

By Camilla Rambaldi, SAN ANTONIO – A new Harvard-Harris poll shows nearly three quarters of Hispanics favor a merit-based immigration system rather than chain migration. The poll was released just two weeks shy from Congress finding a compromise on immigration reform. As a result, the future of the Deferred […]