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Senate version of employment immigration reform draws fire

There's a heated debate over changes in the H-1B visa program made in the Senate version of immigration reform. Employment immigration is vital in California and perhaps to a slightly lesser degree throughout the country. Several sources are criticizing the protectionism imbedded in the Senate version.

California Trust Act consistent with federal immigration reform

One nice thing about a vetoed bill is that you can keep coming back until you get it right. That's what's happening in California with the so-called Trust Act, which would limit the circumstances under which local law enforcement offices would work with federal authorities to detain immigrants who are here illegally. The bill would assist in a more humane immigration policy by limiting the current zealous enforcement of deportations.

Asylum claim is last hope to disrupt harsh deportation laws

A man who came to the United States with his mother at age two, and who speaks only English is sitting in an immigration prison while appealing an order for his deportation. And, although his mother became a citizen, his eight younger siblings are all citizens, and his wife of 33 years and their four children were all born in California, he never went through the citizenship procedure. So far, the courts have denied his asylum claim.

Small business group has concerns on employment immigration

The prospect of Senate approval of an immigration bill has created more interest by some groups that have been silent thus far. One of those is the largest small business lobbying organization, the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), which sent a letter to Senate leaders, raising certain 'red flag' issues they want considered. The new bill, if ultimately passed, will have a significant impact on employment immigration in California and nationwide.

Small business group has concerns on employment immigration

The prospect of Senate approval of an immigration bill has created more interest by some groups that have been silent thus far. One of those is the largest small business lobbying organization, the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), which sent a letter to Senate leaders, raising certain 'red flag' issues they want considered. The new bill, if ultimately passed, will have a significant impact on employment immigration in California and nationwide.

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