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Senators Propose Rules To Remove Fraud From H-1B Visas & Protect U.S. Workers

Sen. Chuck Grassley

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Senator Chuck Grassley, along with Sen. Dick Durbin, introduced legislation to reform the H-1B and L Visa programs. The U.S. issues 65,000 H-1B Visas annually to high-skilled foreign workers in fields where there is a worker shortage. L-1 Visas are issued to employees of foreign companies and allows them to work in the United States for three years.

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Presenting Our New Taxpayer Burden Page

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  by  Charles Breiterman

If the government were really honest about paying for amnesty, they would do something like they did with the $700 billion bank bailout last October, (the TARP). The leaders of the government would come before the American voters and say, “We need $999 billion to pay for amnesty for people who entered the country illegally.”

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College Board Endorses the DREAM Act, but DREAM isn't the Way to Go

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Yesterday, the College Board formally endorsed the DREAM Act amnesty with their release of a report entitled, ‘Young Lives on Hold: The College Dreams of Undocumented Students.’ In its report, the College Board said that opponents of the DREAM Act fail to realize that “one-size-fits-all policies fail to take into account the diversity of the undocumented population.” But the DREAM Act is a “one-size-fits all” policy.

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Sen. Jeff Sessions Demands Correction from Napolitano

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DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said during a CNN interview, "crossing the border is not a crime per se." But the secretary was wrong because it is a criminal misdemeanor. 8 USC Sec. 1325(a) says that crossing the border illegally is punishable by up to six months in prison for the first offense. Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Jeff Sessions is demanding a public correction of her statement.

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Army Reservists to Help Beef Up Border Patrol

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A new partnership between the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency and Army Reservists is aimed at filing the anticipated 11,000 open jobs at the border protection agency this year. Customs and Border Protection is the largest law enforcement agency within the federal government and has the responsibility of, among other things, enforcing the nation's immigration laws.

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Age 18-29 Joblessness Sky-High -- Lifetime of Meaningless Idleness At Stake

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  by  Roy Beck

I looked out over the sea of down-and-outers in our church basement Saturday night as they ate a hot meal and waited for their free bags of groceries and bus passes. I especially concentrated on those in their 30s, 40s and 50s, many of whom have hardly held down a job in their adult years -- living dependent, unproductive and sadly unfulfilling lives. Often, the road to these lives was paved during their late teens and early 20s when they found no hope in the job market. This is why I focused most of my attention on joblessness in the 18-29 age group in my appearance last week before a select panel of Colorado leaders at the Denver University. We are minting a whole new generation of the idle dependent.

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