July 4, 2019
By Brian Freimuth
The Immigration Reform Law Institute said a district court had cleared it to move forward with a case pitting native-born tech workers against a federal program that lets foreign students live in the U.S. well past their time attending American schools.
For nearly three decades, federal bureaucracies have disregarded the student visa laws established by Congress, creating their own policies and regulations to extend the time that foreign students may remain in the country. Read the full article at Liberty Headlines.
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