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Immigration Outcomes of 2017
by Victoria V. Shelegina
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If you remember, the year of 2017 began very dynamically – President Trump signed one of the most controversial executive orders halting all refugee admissions and temporarily barring people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

How to Work as a Nanny in the USA
by Irina Lust
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Psychologists say that for children under the age of three, it is better to not attend a kindergarten or be left with a nanny on a daily basis. They are better off staying with a parent and enjoying their company.

To H-1B, or not to H-1B, that is the question…
by Victoria V. Shelegina
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How can you come to work in the United States or to do business in the country without investing at least half a million dollars? Well, the answer is simple – consider temporary worker visas and other types of business-related visas...

DREAM ACT 2017 (Senate bill 1615)
by Victoria V. Shelegina
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The following are 2 proposed laws to take note of in the coming months. Find out how they impact you now.

DACA Comes To An End
by Victoria V. Shelegina
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On September 5, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced President Trump’s decision that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive action was withdrawn and cancelled. Approximately 800,000 people have been granted DACA.