Germany Introduces EU Blue Card Rules for Foreign Nationals

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Trump Received Millions From Foreign Governments as President, Report Finds

Donald J. Trump’s businesses received at least $7.8 million from 20 foreign governments during his presidency, according to new documents released by House Democrats on Thursday that show how much…

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USDA Seeks Comments on Foreign Interest in Agricultural Land

On December 18, 2023, the Farm Service Agency of the United States Department of Agriculture published Notice in the Federal Register that it is considering changes to its FSA-153 Form…

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Bolstering the Semiconductors CHIPS Act With Foreign STEM Workers

The nation’s semiconductor chip shortage has far-reaching implications for industries ranging from consumer electronics to national security. The Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors for America Act (CHIPS Act) aims…

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FAA’s Proposed Rule Would Require Drug and Alcohol Testing in Foreign Countries

Executive Summary: The Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) has recently proposed a potentially costly rule requiring repair stations located outside the United States to implement programs for drug and alcohol testing of…

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Employers’ Notification Requirements When Employing Foreign Nationals in H-1B, H-1B1, E-3

Employers that employ foreign nationals have various notification requirements. Immigration cases that require LCA (Labor Condition Application) filings with the Department of Labor (DOL) before submitting petitions to USCIS or…

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Opinion: Does Biden benefit if foreign policy dominates the 2024 campaign?

Conventional wisdom suggests Americans know little about foreign policy and care about it even less. Opinion polls regularly show that international issues take a back seat to topics more prosaic…

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Federal Bill Proposes Victim Protection for Foreign Workers

The current administration and multiple members of Congress seek to grant protections to H-2B non-agricultural temporary workers who are employed in the United States to fill temporary labor shortages in…

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Carla Stenzel Comments on Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Challenge Against OPT Programs for Foreign Students

Carla Stenzel comments on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to decline hearing a challenge to the Optional Practical Training (OPT) work program for foreign students, ending yearslong litigation and preserving…

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Russia arrests second US journalist for failure to register as a ‘foreign agent’ – JURIST

US-Russian journalist Alsu Kurmasheva was arrested in Russia Wednesday for failing to register as a “foreign agent.” Kurmasheva, a reporter for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), holds dual citizenship in…

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Tim Scott To Discuss Foreign Policy At Forum As Super PAC Pulls Ad Funding

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina will discuss the Israel-Hamas war, U.S. foreign policy and national security on Monday at Georgetown University in Washington. The Republican presidential…

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China adopts foreign national immunity law that allows foreign states to be sued domestically – JURIST

The Fifth Session of the Fourteenth National People’s Congress of China concluded on Friday. This assembly serves as the highest legislative body in the state, and its final resolutions entail…

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Republican divide over foreign policy is good for the country

WASHINGTON —  Last week, eight Republican presidential candidates did something unusual: They held a serious debate about foreign policy, focused mostly on their disagreements over U.S. aid to Ukraine. Of those…

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Intelligence Agencies Warn Foreign Spies Are Targeting U.S. Space Companies

Chinese and Russian intelligence agencies are targeting American private space companies, attempting to steal critical technologies and preparing cyberattacks aimed at degrading U.S. satellite capabilities during a conflict or emergency,…

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Haiti gang leader warns foreign armed forces

Haiti’s most powerful gang leader Jimmy Chérizier, best known as “Barbecue,” warned that he would fight any international armed force deployed to the Caribbean country if it committed any abuses….

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