Immigration rule change will help mixed-status families

On behalf of Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Family Immigration on Wednesday, February 20, 2013. In our December 27 post, we wrote about mixed status families. These are families in which some members have U.S. citizenships while others remain undocumented immigrants. It can be very difficult for these families when the family members who […]

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Immigration and bad workplaces: the downside of undocumented status

On behalf of Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A.posted in Employment Immigration on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. Immigrants have an immense amount to offer to America’s economic vitality. This is true across the board, from the most highly skilled jobs to lower-skilled jobs that most Americans don’t want. On the high end, work permits may come […]

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New year, new hopes for immigration reform

On behalf of  Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Employment Immigration on Monday, January 14, 2013. In last week’s post, we wrote about how aggressive federal officials are at enforcing immigration law. That includes many deportations a year in Minnesota and other states around the country. Looking to the future, however, many people are hopeful […]

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Congress Considers Startup Act 2.0 For Science and Engineering Grads

 On behalf of Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia, P.A. posted in Employment Immigration on Friday, June 8, 2012. Immigrants who have obtained advanced college degrees may find it easier to stay in the United States thanks to new legislation being considered in Congress. The Startup Act 2.0 targets graduates in the fields of science, technology, engineering and […]

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