Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Category Archives: Advance Parole Travel Authorization

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Venture Capitalists and Immigration Proponents Likely Disappointed by USCIS Proposed Entrepreneurial Parolee Rule

Posted in Advance Parole Travel Authorization, Employment-Based Immigration, Global Migration, I-9s, Immigration and Entrepreneurship, Immigration Regulations, USCIS

The Department of Homeland Security, through its component agency, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), has issued a proposed regulation to allow a qualified foreign citizen to gain entry and be employed in the United States if he or she will engage in activities that are likely to “increase and enhance entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation in the United States” … Continue Reading

The Immigration-Abandonment Ploy — Fallout from a Fiddling Congress and Bickering Allies

Posted in Adjustment of Status, Advance Parole Travel Authorization, Congress on Immigration, Consular Officers, Immigration Lawyers, Immigration Regulations, Immigration terminology, State Department, Unlawful Presence, USCIS, Waivers of Inadmissibility

The times they are a-mournin’ for proponents of immigrant rights and immigration reform. While Pope Francis shows the world how to love by embracing and praying with a tumor-scarred man, immigrants-rights activists and immigration-reform pragmatists are at war among themselves over tactics in the battle to achieve just solutions to our nation’s dysfunctional immigration problems. They who should be allies Continue Reading

Dear Immigration Director: Let Our Dreamers Go!

Posted in Adjustment of Status, Advance Parole Travel Authorization, IMMI Awards, Obama Administration on Immigration, USCIS


I was escorted to the woodshed on January 15, a very public woodshed, and deservedly so.  Alejandro (Ali) Mayorkas, the Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), politely took me to task at a Public Engagement during the Q & A session when I raised two points. One involves the subject of a future post.  The other — … Continue Reading