Month: April 2015

Ellis Island Museum to Complete the US Immigration Story

Ellis Island Immigration Museum is updating the U.S. immigration story. Though immigration is an unending story, the immigration story at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum ends in 1954. That was when the immigration processing and detention station at Ellis Island was closed. However, the museum will soon open two new galleries that would complete the …

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Senator Rubio’s Three-Step Immigration Reform Plan

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who recently launched his presidential campaign, says that big immigration reforms are impossible now. However, he stated that he would implement a three-step immigration plan if he wins the White House in 2016. His plan would allow some undocumented immigrants to apply for U.S. citizenship. However, that would happen only after …

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Jose Antonio Vargas Talks Immigration

According to Jose Antonio Vargas, an immigrant rights activist and award-winning journalist, undocumented immigrants living here get very little in return though they contribute a lot to the country. He said that they are neighbors and friends to Americans. They own businesses and work here as child care providers, landscapers etc. Many come here from …

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L-1B Visas Now Easier to Get

President Obama has announced that the L-1B visa process will be streamlined in order to attract more foreign workers. The new process will make it easier for the U.S. companies to hire foreign workers. The President stated that his administration’s L-1B reform will attract foreign investment, at the SelectUSA Summit in Washington DC. The L-1B …

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