The Justice Department today filed a Statement of Interest in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York supporting a church’s claim that the Village of Canton, New York, violated its rights under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) by barring it from locating its church in the … Read moreJustice Department Files Statement of Interest in New York Church Religious Land Use Case
A Hattiesburg, Mississippi man pleaded guilty today for his role in a $200 million compounding pharmacy scheme to defraud health care benefit programs, including TRICARE, which is the program that covers U.S. military service members and their families. Please follow and like us:
The advice in the headline may be highly specialized, even in the immigration field, but ignoring it is creating what the military calls “collateral damage” in an alien-citizen marriage that has collapsed. The names have been changed, but this is a real story about a real marriage. The three parties involved are: Patrick McHugh March … Read moreCitizens: Think Twice Before You Become a Joint Sponsor on Form I-864
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Dr. Ramesh Sarvaiya (64), operator of Liberation Way, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation organization with treatment centers in Yardley, Bala Cynwyd, and Fort Washington, PA charged today with health care fraud. Dr. Ramesh Sarvaiya, a resident of Voorhees, NJ was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud in violation 18 U.S.C. … Read moreNJ Indian Doctor Ramesh Sarvaiya Charged with Health Care Fraud
The National Socialist Party died in 1945, at the same time its leader Adolph Hitler was escorted to Argentina. Following the show trials at Nuremberg, some of the last Nazi leaders were sentenced to death. Others were rewarded by being ushered into America under the CIA’s Operation Paperclip, where they helped establish NASA. Although the … Read more“Nazi”-The Slur That Everyone Loves
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Goodwill Industries of New York and New Jersey, which provides job opportunities to people with disabilities, violated federal law when it failed to provide reasonable accommodations that would have allowed an employee to continue working as a janitor in New York City-owned buildings, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit it … Read moreEEOC Sues Goodwill Industries for Failure to Provide Disability
Goodwill Industries of New York and New Jersey, which provides job opportunities to people with disabilities, violated federal law when it failed to provide reasonable accommodations that would have allowed an employee to continue working as a janitor in New York City-owned buildings, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit it … Read moreEEOC Sues Goodwill Industries for Failure to Provide Disability Accommodations
NRI Pulse Staff Report Atlanta, GA, March 25, 2019: University of Florida Police on Monday arrested and charged a 19-year-old Indian-American man with aggravated assault for threatening a student with a comb that had a knife blade concealed inside. Jay Patel of Summerfield was charged with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, armed … Read moreIndian-American teen arrested for threatening with a knife-comb
New York, March 25 (IANS) The practice of medicine in the US may well find itself in intensive care, with a deficit of 121,000 physicians projected for 2030, even as foreign-born doctors struggle to get licensed. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the deficit scenario could be alleviated if the procedures whereby thousands … Read moreAmerica’s physician shortage could touch 120k by 2030
At its Annual Trade Conference, the Coalition for a Prosperous America recognized three leading political figures for their activities to improve US international trade, the economy, national security, and America’s global political standing with its annual American Trade Hero awards. Please follow and like us:
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Economia Minister Paulo Guedes Announce New U.S.-Brazil CEO Forum Members email@example.com Mon, 03/25/2019 – 14:00 Export and investment promotion FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 25, 2019 Office of Public Affairs (202) 482-4883 firstname.lastname@example.org Last week, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross met with Brazil’s Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes on … Read moreSecretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Economia Minister Paulo Guedes Announce New U.S.-Brazil CEO Forum Members
Since last Friday, March 22, 2019, you can no longer use the old I-539 form with USCIS and also some of the process is changing to collect Biometrics. This change will have impact on the H4, F1, L2 and many other visa holders that use I-539 form with USCIS. Let’s look at the changes, how … Read moreNew I-539 form USCIS– Process, I-539A, Biometric,Processing Time H4
Yesterday, Attorney General William P. Barr released his summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Trump presidential campaign’s “links and/or coordination” with the Russian government, and of related obstruction of justice charges. The big takeaways: In the Mueller report’s own words, the investigation “did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired … Read moreIm-Politic: Mueller, Barr, and Beyond
An effective, relatively inexpensive, and non-controversial proposal to cope with the current pressure on the southern border — that will never happen. Patrick McHugh March 25, 2019 – 11:21am David North Please follow and like us:
In a word, don’t. If you’ve ever found yourself wondering if you should call the police on a homeless person, the answer is probably no. Unfortunately, many people feel entitled to call the cops any time they are made uneasy … Continue reading → The post The Ultimate Guide to Calling the Police on Homeless … Read moreThe Ultimate Guide to Calling the Police on Homeless People
Spotlight on Commerce: Laura Peter, Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) March 25, 2019 email@example.com Mon, 03/25/2019 – 10:29 Intellectual property Laura Peter, Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) … Read moreSpotlight on Commerce: Laura Peter, Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
From an economic point of view, immigration is good because it encourages specialization and thus efficiency. In a low-immigration world, an American accountant might have to pay $25 or $30 an hour for yard services by American-born landscapers. At that price, she might choose to do the yard work herself. If higher immigration lowers the price of landscaping work to $10 to $12 an hour, she may hire a landscaper and devote her newfound free time to extra accounting work. Instead of leaving the office at 5 p.m. to cook dinner for her family, she can stay until 6 o’clock and order from Postmates as she drives home. Or she can buy more services than she otherwise would. A lower bid from an immigrant-employing contractor might allow her to renovate her kitchen this year rather than postponing it to next year.
But all of this only happens because lower-earning immigrants displace the Americans who used to do the work at higher costs. You may ask, “So what happens to those displaced Americans?” The economist’s answer is that, pressed by immigrant competition, displaced American workers are driven to “upskill.” Perhaps a former landscaper learns some Spanish, and thus can act as the foreman of a crew of immigrants. Perhaps he shifts to sales or design work. Either way, the economic models say, everybody is better off.
What happens to those at the top who cannot “upskill” and who are deemed overqualified by every position below their previous occupation?
I will tell you from 16 years of my own experience – you will not get hired, you will lose everything, and when you finally hit bottom, you may get hired as a janitor at your local VA Hospital if you were a vet, but you will not be given the opportunity to work your way back up the ladder simply because those who are making those decisions do not believe your stories about what is happening in the job market.
And who can blame them when they have not experienced it first hand.
As the Washington Post makes clear, the problem at the border is getting harder and harder for Democrats to ignore. Maybe the paper has moved the ball a bit to force them to do so. Patrick McHugh March 25, 2019 – 8:57am When you’ve lost the Washington Post … Andrew R. Arthur Please follow and … Read moreStop Ignoring the Crisis at the Border
For example, the DOL memo suggests that the employer may accomplish this by posting a hard-copy message in a conspicuous location at the worksite and point interested parties to the location of the notice on the employer’s website. The hard-copy at the worksite need not repeat the content of the notice but could simply provide enough information to identify the employer and location of the notice, such as a URL. Employers should label notices on their website by occupation and location to avoid potential major problems during a Department of Labor investigation.
If you see one of these notices posted anywhere, take a picture with your phone and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post it here for the World to see.
Washington, March 25 (IANS) India’s second moon mission Chandrayaan 2, scheduled for launch in April, would be carrying a NASA science probe, the media reported. Chandrayaan 2 will carry NASA-owned laser retroreflector arrays that allow scientists to make precise measurements of the distance to the Moon, the US space agency officials said, during the Lunar and … Read moreIndia’s moon mission Chandrayaan 2 to carry NASA probe instrument
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