Software Company Chef Won’t Renew ICE Contact After All

Software Company Chef Won’t Renew ICE Contact After All

Last week on Thursday, the CEO of Seattle software company Chef defended the firm’s contract with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, after a former employee as a protest deleted open source projects used by Chef customers.

Now Even Funerals Are Livestreamed—and Families Are Grateful

Now Even Funerals Are Livestreamed—and Families Are Grateful

Gary Richards, founder of OneRoom, a company that offers livestreaming services to funeral directors in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and the US, says he’s noticed that many of the families that use his service are recent immigrants from the Philippines, Vietnam, or India, who are looking for a way to connect with family and friends from back home.

Trump Evicts Tech Workers, Avengers Return, and More News

Trump Evicts Tech Workers, Avengers Return, and More News

Trump Evicts Tech Workers, Avengers Return, and More News. Thousands of immigrant tech workers are being sent home under the Trump administration, GoDaddy is out to fight spam, and the Avengers are ready for their End Game.

Visa Rejections for Tech Workers Spike Under Trump

Visa Rejections for Tech Workers Spike Under Trump

In November of 2018, Usha and her husband Sudhir received the news they never expected: the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services declined to extend Usha’s work visa, meaning the couple and their daughter would have 180 days to leave the country before the US government would consider their presence to be unlawful.

Twitter Users Are Richer and More Woke Than the Rest of Us

Twitter Users Are Richer and More Woke Than the Rest of Us

On Wednesday, Pew Research released a report that compares Twitter users to the rest of the US population. Pew surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,791 adult Twitter users about everything from their income and education to their thoughts on issues like race and immigration.

Trump’s Limits on Legal Immigration Could Hit Businesses Hard

Trump’s Limits on Legal Immigration Could Hit Businesses Hard

He also cofounded a company called Boundless, which helps spouses of US workers apply for marriage green cards.Researchers found that more than 91 percent of people who would be affected by the rule are employed, and more than 1.4 million of them have at least some college education.When the rough contours of the Trump administration's public charge proposal first made news this summer, critics condemned the outsized impact the rule change could have on low-income immigrants.