Comment: H1B Visas Renewal, FEMA Assistance
Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About Renewal of H-1B Visas in the United States Begins January 29, 2024, Kofi Amankwaa and His Colleagues Tricked Vulnerable Immigrants Into Paying Thousands For Fraudulent Services That Caused Them to be Deported, CRS Report on FEMA Assistance for Migrants Through the Emergency Food and Shelter ProgramHumanitarian (EFSP-H) and Shelter and Services Program (SSP) and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com

Article: Renewal of H-1B Visas in the United States Begins January 29, 2024 by Rabindra Singh for HSD Immigration Lawyer

Blogging: Kofi Amankwaa and His Colleagues Tricked Vulnerable Immigrants Into Paying Thousands For Fraudulent Services That Caused Them to be Deported by Matthew Kolken

News: CRS Report on FEMA Assistance for Migrants Through the Emergency Food and Shelter Program Humanitarian (EFSP-H) and Shelter and Services Program (SSP)

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