Tag Archives: Immigration

Protecting U.S. National Interests: Can the EB-2 NIW Green Card Be Used to Address U.S. Labor Shortages?

By: Isabelle Nozari March 21, 2023 Each year, over a million immigrants come to the United States. For those foreign nationals who wish to remain in the U.S. permanently, there are four main pathways through which they can obtain lawful permanent resident status, also known as a green card: family, employment, humanitarian reasons, or the Diversity Visa lottery. In […]

Motivations for a Modern Monroe Doctrine: 

Combatting Cartels, Corruption, and Chinese Coercion in Latin America By: Zach Kaufman February 16, 2023 Regardless of one’s belief surrounding the legal immigration process into the United States or the necessary level of security on the shared border with Mexico, the death, despair, and terror caused by prominent Mexican cartels present a problem for America […]

Domestic Deporting: Desantis’ Shipment of Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

By: Lara Kimmel October 5, 2022 This September, Florida Governor Ron Desantis claimed responsibility for transporting approximately 50 Venezuelan migrants—including seven families, with children ranging from 3 to 8 years old—to Martha’s Vineyard, a popular vacation destination in Massachusetts. In order to carry out his plan, Governor Desantis chartered two planes costing $615,000 total—$12,500 per passenger—dipping into the state’s $12 million Covid-19 […]

Playground Bullies

ANDREI DAMBULEFF – Some attitudes in the United States are evocative of 6-year-olds hanging out in treehouses or playing a game of kickball during recess where the group as a collective is staunchly inflexible, nailing a sign above the treehouse entrance that has scrawled on it “No Girls Allowed.” Those feelings claw their way up to […]