September 12, 2017
By Brendan Kirby
When Congress finally gets around to passing a giant spending bill to keep the government in business for 2018, it likely will include a number of business-friendly changes to laws regulating foreign workers, according to immigration experts.
Congress last week passed a temporary funding extension that raised the debt ceiling and provided aid to Texans hurt by Hurricane Harvey. That means that in December, Congress will have to approve a permanent spending bill for fiscal year 2018.
“We’re heading down the path of facing a huge omnibus bill in December, when no one will pay attention because it’s the holidays,” said Chris Chmielenski, director of content and activism at NumbersUSA. … Read the full story by Brendan Kirby.
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