Joint comment on USCIS’s newly proposed I-129H2A and I-129H2B forms for Nonimmigrant workers.

Dear Chief Deshommes: We, the Migration that Works coalition and other worker advocate organizations, submit this joint comment in response to the invitation for comments on the proposed Form I-129H2A, Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker: H-2A Classification, and Form I-129H2B, Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker: H-2B Classification. Migration that Works is a coalition of labor, migration, civilContinue reading “Joint comment on USCIS’s newly proposed I-129H2A and I-129H2B forms for Nonimmigrant workers.”

Statement Regarding the Inhumane Treatment of Haitian Migrants at the US Border

Migration that Works decries the vile, inhumane treatment of Haitian migrant families and asylum-seekers at the US Border. The horrific violence perpetrated by the US Border Patrol in Del Río, Texas towards primarily Black Haitian migrants searching for refuge and security is unconscionable and unforgivable. This treatment is reminiscent of the footprint of slavery inContinue reading “Statement Regarding the Inhumane Treatment of Haitian Migrants at the US Border”