International students want to stay in the U.S. after graduation. Most of them can't.
Players can experience for themselves how difficult, expensive, and exhausting it is to come to the country legally.
Over 200,000 dependent visa holders are still waiting for relief.
The U.S. is keeping talented foreigners away—and failing to retain them.
A new Cato Institute report highlights just how hard it is to come to the U.S. legally.
Memorial Day ushers in the unofficial start of summer. But if your pool is missing lifeguards, issues with immigration may be the culprit.
Until 2004, all foreign workers could renew their visas without leaving the United States.
How many incredible would-be immigrants are being kept out unfairly?
College players on student visas face complex barriers when it comes to profiting off their names, images, and likenesses.
Foreign-born tech workers in the U.S. have been especially vulnerable as tech giants lay off large shares of their work forces.
Texas Bill Would Bar Citizens of China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia From Studying at State Universities
H.B. 4736 would punish foreigners who are, in many cases, deliberately building lives far away from their repressive countries.
What we did for Ukrainians, we could do for other migrants too.
Biden Deserves Some Credit on Immigration Policy, but He Refuses To Take Responsibility Where He Should
His administration has contributed to the problems Biden says he wants to solve.
Gov. Greg Abbott has already announced that he’d sign the bill if passed.
A new proposal to more than triple visa entry fees for performers will harm American audiences and culture.
A new State Department initiative will let American citizens sponsor refugees fleeing danger.
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There's still much more to be done to establish fair and efficient processes at the border.
Thousands of tech workers are being laid off. That’s putting H-1B visa holders on tight timelines to find new work.
A Texas sheriff has certified that the migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard were the victims of a crime, which helps clear the way for them to apply for U visas.
Several countries are rejecting Russians fleeing forced military service. But offering them refuge would help protect dissidents and deprive Putin of critical manpower.
They were ultimately allowed to stay. But it’s an example of ICE targeting nonviolent migrants after a federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s enforcement priorities.
One year after the U.S. withdrawal, tens of thousands of Afghans who assisted American forces are still stuck under Taliban rule.
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Hundreds of lives were upended by the University of Farmington, a fake university that took $6 million in tuition and fees from foreign students.
But thousands of Afghans who helped U.S. forces are still stuck in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.
The U.S. is missing out on necessary high-skilled workers by faltering on immigration reform.
The State Department's network of consulates are keeping tourists and business travelers in limbo.
The Senate is considering legislation that would improve the visa program for temporary agricultural workers and help relieve labor shortages that push food prices higher.
The federal government set the tone on the beginning of the resettlement process. It continues to keep legal status for certain evacuees out of reach.
With action from Congress, over 200,000 dependent visa holders could see some relief.
The men, women, and children found dead in a tractor-trailer this week were just the latest casualties of an immigration approach that encourages dangerous journeys.
This Political Dissident Faces Death Threats if He Goes Back to Nicaragua. Why Was His Asylum Claim Denied?
Nicaraguan government operatives threatened Mario Rajib Flores Molina with torture and imprisonment. A new court ruling has revived his pursuit of asylum in the United States.
Their deaths are the tragic, predictable consequence of shutting down safer migration paths.
Though the program has flaws, it’s an innovative way for private citizens to get directly involved in resettlement efforts for fleeing Ukrainians.
Graduates of the world’s top universities will soon be eligible for a new multi-year visa in the U.K. that will help bolster the nation’s competitive edge.
Officials Won't Let Some Ukrainian and Russian Ship Crews Enter the U.S. Because They Might Try To Stay
Now is the time to welcome vulnerable Russians and Ukrainians, not turn them away.
Those already in the U.S. as of March 15 may also work legally for the next 18 months.
Biden was right to reinforce that American soldiers shouldn't be fighting in Ukraine. But he missed a valuable opportunity to outline immigration measures for Ukrainians and Russians.
Let's give green cards to the Russians and deprive Vladimir Putin of the brainpower that keeps Russia's industrial motors running.
Now is the time for immigration relief, not military involvement on Ukraine’s behalf.
This Indian Family Froze to Death Trying To Reach America. Our Immigration System Should Have Saved Them.
Visa pathways are limited for people like the Patels.