Undocumented immigrants provide Texas with net benefit of more than $700 million annually, report says

By Will Anderson Undocumented immigrants contribute about $2.7 billion to the Texas economy while receiving about $2 billion in public services from the state — a net benefit of $703 million that critics of Texas’ restrictive new immigration law are touting. The numbers...

Construction, Financial Services Industries Stand to Lose if TPS Ends

By Carlos Guevara and Sabrina Terry, UnidosUS Before the end of the year the Trump administration will be making decisions on the future of temporary protected status (TPS) designations. This means that the lives of more than 325,000 people—including 250,000 Central American...

FAQs – Hurricane Harvey Impacts on Immigration

1. Do lawful permanent residents and temporary visa holders (e.g. H-1B, L-1, F-1 etc.)  have to file a Form AR-11 with USCIS to report any change of address if they are staying at a temporary location and are prevented from returning home because of flooding/damages? Filing an...
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