Traditionally, a significant portion of U.S. temporary visas issued to foreign nationals are granted to students in the F-1 category. While there is no evidence of new categorical restrictions on F-1 student visa issuance, anxiety about U.S. immigration restriction is impacting … [Read more...] about Will the U.S. Reject Foreign Nationals’ Student Visa Applications?
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Coming to the United States in order to attend an educational institution is oftentimes the first step foreign individuals will take on their long journey to fulfilling their American Dream. For example, a foreign student may enroll in a U.S. university, graduate, get a job here … [Read more...] about New Immigration Policies Lead to Decline in Foreign Student Applications at U.S. Universities
It began as a simple dispute between a multinational book publisher and a clever university student. By the end, however, the case of Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons had become a high-stakes copyright battle affecting much of the U.S. economy.Book publishers, movie companies … [Read more...] about Copyright case upholds the rights of purchasers to buy abroad and sell in U.S.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY President Obama’s signature of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010, together with his expected signature of its companion reconciliation bill approved by Congress yesterday, will effect comprehensive changes to the … [Read more...] about President Signs into Law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Effecting Comprehensive Changes to the U.S. Health Care System
Since its inception under the Immigration Act of 1990, the H-1B visa has been a controversial program. The H-1B visa is a temporary work visa for non-immigrant workers in a specialty occupation and requires a higher degree or its equivalent. This visa program is arguably … [Read more...] about The H-1B Visa Program: Its Contradictory Perception And Why the U.S. Must Increase The Visa Cap