Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “Indian Citizens”

Missive from Mumbai: Why Are U.S. Immigration Agencies Attacking India and Hurting America?

Posted in Border Issues & CBP, Business Visitors, Consular Officers, Foreign policy, H-1B Visas, L-1 Visa, State Department, USCIS

At least when it comes to India, Yogi Berra had it wrong. It’s not déjà vu all over again. 

Blogging this weekend from my hotel room in Mumbai, I vividly recall my first trip to India in 1993. Invited as part of an American Bar Association delegation, I spoke in New Delhi on “Nonimmigrant Visa Options for Computer Software Professionals.”

My talk took … Continue Reading

Off-Message Immigration Bureaucrats Undermine the President’s Jobs Push by Refusing L-1 Specialist Visas to Indian Citizens

Posted in Consular Officers, Employment-Based Immigration, Foreign policy, Global Migration, L-1 Visa, State Department, USCIS

With the President’s supporters pleading for action, Barack Obama at last has pivoted to jobs.  “Pass this bill [the American Jobs Act]” has become his oft-shouted mantra. Surprisingly, however, career bureaucrats within the Departments of State and Homeland Security apparently haven’t read his September 8 speech to Congress and instead are taking affirmative steps to prevent job creation.  Examples of this … Continue Reading