5 Things Employers Should Know Immigrant Employees Photo by Annie Spratt

5 Things Employers Should Know About Immigrant Employees Under Trump

Stepped up raids under the Trump administration has prompted uncertainty and fear among all immigrants—both legal and undocumented—as well as employers. Last month, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) served at least 77 Northern California businesses with notices to show hiring documents. Most recently, ICE conducted a five-day operation in Southern California. Officers conducted raids…

immigration programs resume after government shutdown ends

Immigration Programs Resume After Spending Extension Approved

Following a three-day government shutdown, Congress and President Trump extended federal spending this week on programs and services through Feb. 8.   Programs Resumed The extension gives Congress more time to enact legislation to protect undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children—or “Dreamers”—from deportation. The extension also allows the following immigration programs and processes…

Entrepreneur Parole may be short-lived

Entrepreneur Parole Likely to Be Short Lived—What to Do?

Entrepreneur Parole under the International Entrepreneur Rule may be short-lived. A federal court ordered U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to begin accepting applications for Entrepreneur Parole last month. However, the Trump administration listed rescinding the International Entrepreneur Rule (IER) as one of its regulatory priorities for 2018. In fact, the administration submitted a proposal to…