Neil Munro

Neil Munro

Articles by Neil Munro

Chad Wolf Reinstalled as Acting DHS Chief

The administration has quietly reinstalled Chad Wolf as acting secretary of the homeland defense agency, following a judge’s declaration on September 11 that he was not properly installed.

Chad Wolf

DHS Blocks Inflow of More Chinese Slave-Labor Goods

The Trump administration announced September 14 that it will block imports from five more Chinese companies and centers that use political prisoners from China’s Uyghur province.

Chinese workers stand on a pier before a cargo ship at a port in Qingdao, east China's Shandong province on April 13, 2017. Chinese exports surged 16.4 percent year-on-year to 180.6 billion USD in March, official data showed on April 13, in a sign of stabilisation for the world's second …

Donald Trump’s Judges Fill Immigration Courts

Judges appointed by President Donald Trump’s deputies are filling up the immigration courts, and have reversed the Obama-era tilt towards pro-migrant decisions. 

Court of Justice, Law and Rule Concept, Judge's Gavel on The Table.

Bloomberg: Blue-Collar Wages Are Going Up

Employers are being forced to pay unexpectedly higher wages to recruit during the coronavirus crash, despite high unemployment numbers, says a September 6 report by Bloomberg. 

American Blue-Collar Workers

Judge Upholds President Trump’s Curbs on H-1B Outsourcing

A federal judge on Friday rejected a lawsuit by business groups and is allowing President Donald Trump to temporarily bar the entry of foreign contract workers who are hired to take the U.S. jobs needed by Americans.

H1-B Visa Workers

Business Groups Warn H-1B Outsourcing Reform Is Imminent

The long-awaited reform of the H-1B outsourcing program that was promised by Donald Trump in 2016 has been sent to the White House for approval, according to a chorus of concerned corporate immigration lawyers. 

H1-B Visa Workers