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November 18, 2017 11:50PM
Elephants Are Great, But So Are Immigrants - Forbes
ForbesElephants Are Great, But So Are ImmigrantsForbesToday, a high-skilled foreign national in H-1B status typically waits years, potentially even decades, for permanent residence (a green card). The per-country limit and the low annual number of employment-based green cards create the long waits.


On June 15, 2012, President Barack Obama announced that his administration would stop deporting young undocumented immigrants who match certain criteria previously proposed under the DREAM ACT.

The DREAM Act would allow a select group of immigrant students with great potential to contribute more fully to America. These young people were brought to the U.S. as children and should not be punished for their parents’ mistakes. The DREAM Act would give these students a chance to earn legal status if they:
  • Came to the U.S. as children (15 or under)
  • Are long-term U.S. residents (continuous physical presence for at least five years)
  • Have good moral character
  • Graduate from high school or obtain a GED
  • Complete two years of college or military service in good standing

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