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Border Security

Is the Department of Homeland Security “TECH Challenged?”

With all the reports of high-tech surveillance by the government, one would think that the federal government, including the Department of Homeland Security (DOH), must be teeming with “tech geeks” that would make Bill Gates proud. Unfortunately, the reality may be the opposite: at least if we judge by DOH’s recent decision to throw up its hands and give up on even trying to track something as basic as who has entered and who has departed the U.S. through major land border crossings.

Border Security

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Border Security refers to the security programs of U.S. government agencies, such as the Department of Homeland security which are intended to protect the security of the U.S.

In signing Fence law, President Bush stressed need for new temporary worker plan to "reduce pressure on our border".

In signing the Secure Fence Act of 2006 (H.R. 6061), legislation, President Bush stressed that the fence with Mexico is at most only part of the solution to the illegal immigration problem, and that a temporary worker plan is needed to "reduce pressure on our border". President Bush stated:

Will Bush's Fence Work? Will it even be built?

President Signs Secure Fence Act of 2006

On 10/26/06, President Bush signed into law the Secure Fence Act of 2006 (H.R. 6061), legislation which authorizes 700 miles of fencing along the Southwest border with Mexico. This event raises a number of issues. Will this fence work? Does this fence get to the heart of the problem? Will the fence even be built?

Border 'passport cards' could cost $20

Under a new government proposal, U.S. citizens who frequently go back and forth between the U.S. and Mexico or Canada would pay $20 for a new credit card-sized travel document they could use instead of a passport.

Enforcement

This section covers Enforcement of U.S. Immigration Law including Border Security programs.

Search for H1B Visa Employers

You can search for "H1B Visa Employers" using this database, which was compiled by Antao & Chuang, Attorneys at Law from government sources. This database identifies those U.S. employers who have filed for H-1B visas in the past, or who have at least started the process by filing for the LCA. If you find an employer you are interested in, you can then contact them to inquire as to whether they have any current job openings in your field. Please tell your friends about this valuable resource.

Use this form to search for H1B Visa employers.

"FMG Friendly" Employers

Foreign Medical Graduates ("FMGs") should be aware that there are "FMG Friendly" employers, and "FMG Unfriendly" employers. This database (compiled by Antao & Chuang, Attorneys at Law from government sources) identifies those U.S. employers who have filed for H-1B visas for foreign medical graduates in the past (or at least started the process by filing for the LCA), and who can therefore be deemed "FMG Friendly". Please tell your colleagues about this valuable resource.

Use this form to search for "FMG Friendly" employers in a given state.

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