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DOL Debars Fla. H-2A Contractors for Multiple Violations of Visa Reqs.

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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has debarred Flo-Ag LLC – a farm labor contracting company based in Labelle, Florida – and its principals Jose Flores and Juan Flores from applying for certification to request temporary foreign workers under the H-2A agricultural worker visa program for two years, according to a recent press release.

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Vanishing Elbow Room and Breathing Space: Crowds Flee to Northern Rockies from Packed, "Pandemicked" Cities

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  by  Leon Kolankiewicz
Life imitates art in in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, as U.S. population growth driven by immigration fuels rapid in-migration to the region. More people seek to escape densely settled urban areas, threatening vital wildlife habitats.

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Grassroots Victory! Judge Blocks Gary Indiana's Sanctuary Status

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A Lake County judge in Indiana has recently struck down the city of Gary’s “welcoming city” ordinance, a cleverly named sanctuary statute that severely limited local compliance with federal immigration agencies and officers, and provided illegal protections to alien residents and visitors.

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USCIS Proposes New Rule to Stop Issuing Work Permits to Aliens Found Removable by Judge

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DHS proposed a new rule early this week to stop illegal aliens from obtaining work permits while they’re awaiting deportation, accurately stating that it just doesn’t make sense to allow them to hold jobs as their removal process has already begun.

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Surprise to Some, Americans from All Walks of Life Support Long-Term Immigration Limits

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According to recent exit polling conducted by Zogby Analytics on behalf of FAIR a majority of voters still strongly favor strengthened border restrictions and tight limits on admission of foreign guest workers during the ongoing health and economic crisis and beyond.

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