September 9, 2010
DHS is, at least, consistent.
Whether a would-be alien worker is rich or poor, a chum of the ambassador or a friendless waif, a distinguished artist or a minor-league criminal, some arm of the Department of Homeland Security is busily making it easier for that alien to come to, or stay legally in, America.
No matter how narrow or wide the visa category, DHS keeps expanding openings in the immigration structure, one at a time. It is a highly detailed, time-consuming task, but it continues month after month. Read more...