Comment: Immigration To Rescue Social Security
The population of developed countries is getting older and older; and the ratio of elderly population to working age population keeps rising every year. Many social welfare programs, like social security, which depend on taxes on the shrinking working age population to pay income to the rising elderly population, become more and more untenable each year. An immigration policy, which injects significant number of working age immigrants into the economy, is a fundamental solution to this problem. Reuters reports that analysts at the Social Security Administration have stated that the overall effect of the current immigration legislation on the Social Security's finances will be positive. Share your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

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Blogging: June 2013 Visa Bulletin by Carl Shusterman

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Focus: Legal Immigration Reform - Discounted Price!

The second session of the ILW.com seminar series "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" will be taking place this Thursday, May 16th. The Discussion Leader is Greg Siskind and other speakers include Angelo Paparelli and Alex Nowrasteh. The curriculum is as follows:

  • Guest Workers
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The deadline to register for this session is Tuesday, May 14th. For additional information, including speaker biographies, please see:
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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Toronto, Canada - The US Business Immigration Specialists at Egan, LLP are seeking an Associate Attorney to manage multiple and challenging US business immigration engagements and to contribute to the delivery of solutions and ideas their diverse institutional clients. The ideal candidate will have a JD along with admission to any US State Bar, 3+ years of business immigration experience, with an emphasis on high-column H-1, L-1, NIV, and PERM filings. Must have strong client management skills, excellent managerial, organizational and verbal/written communications skill. For more information, please visit the EY Career Website at www.ey.com/CA/jobsearch keyword search: EGAN or contact Lisa Chow at lisa.chow@ca.ey.com.

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