A NEW IMMIGRATION LAW WAS SIGNED BY PRESIDENT OBAMA ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2012. THE NEW LAW VISA EXTENDS THE EXPIRATION DATES OF THE EB-5 REGIONAL CENTER PROGRAM, THE E-VERIFY PROGRAM, THE SPECIA

In an election year, there is generally little movement (and sometimes interest) when it comes to passing U.S. immigration laws. However, on September 28th, 2012, President Obama signed into law an extension of several critical immigration law programs, some of which have had widespread support, such as the Non-Minister Religious Worker Program and the Conrad State 30/J-1 Visa Waiver Program. The EB-5 Regional Center Program and E-Verify, on the other hand, have experienced mixed reception.

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