Immigration Reform within our Reach: Are we there yet?

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Immigrant Hopefuls, we’re almost there!

For more than 18 years, CSI Professionals, Inc witnessed changes in U.S. employment trends and immigration issues.  We closely monitored these significant changes in the U.S. history of employment and immigration and its effects on the lives of immigrant hopefuls world wide.

In 1997, the 245I Pardon Rule was enacted.  We have witnessed the “light of new hope” which allowed immigrant hopefuls an opportunity to stay in the United States and obtain permanent residency through employment based or family based petitions.

In 1998, the Reduction in Recruitment was introduced to speed up the Labor Certification process where in the employer has to prove that there is now local applicant is qualified for the position offered to foreign employees.

In 2001, an immigration issue arouse when a growing number of young and talented undocumented immigrants cannot go to school and cannot obtain employment legally was addressed by introducing the DREAM Act.

In 2001, the attack made on the World Trade Center in New York changed the history in the U.S. immigration and paved the way for more immigration restrictions and limits to the visa issued to foreign nationals; H1b CAP became an issue for deserving and qualified candidates, all over the world.

In 2005, another system known as “Program Electronic Labor Certification System (PERM)” was introduced to reduce the processing time and resolve backlogs in the Labor Certification and green card process.

In 2012, President Obama issued an executive order known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to put a temporary stop on the deportation process of children who were unlawfully brought in the United States at an early age.  CSI professionals witnessed and focused on assisting and guiding candidates through workshops and free seminars.

In 2013, a pushed for immigration reform was initiated by President Obama.  The proposed immigration reform bill is going stronger and already surpassed major challenges from its drafting.  Although, the bill is set to overcome more challenges; this process gives immigrant hopefuls a fair and efficient process in obtaining permanent residency in the U.S.

Through all these significant changes in U.S. employment and immigration issues, CSI Professionals, Inc vows to face the challenges with an amount of bravery, compassion and commitment to assist and guide our immigrant hopefuls.

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One response to “Immigration Reform within our Reach: Are we there yet?

  1. I will not deny that foreign students can be bright, but faculty exaggerate their brilliance because foreign students are servile in doing work and favors for faculty and not demanding that professors actually earn their tuition keep. Moreover, faculty like that foreign students are either afraid, complicit or morally ambivalent about the immoral behavior of professors. In many cases they are more likely to share the professors’ anti-Americanism than American students.

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