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Exclusive– Expert: EB-5 Visas Benefiting China’s Elite ‘Should Be Last Priority’ During Coronavirus Crisis

Issuing EB-5 investor visas, which primarily benefit Chinese nationals, “should be the last priority” of the United States federal government in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis, Center for Immigration Studies Director of Policy Jessica Vaughan says. Last week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order slowing green card processing for some foreign nationals trying…

Thailand: Suicide Rates Skyrocket Among Poor Under Coronavirus Lockdowns

Thailand’s poor are killing themselves at alarming rates amid a surge in suicides related to the coronavirus pandemic across the country, Thai news outlet Coconuts Bangkok reported on Friday. At least 22 coronavirus-related suicides have been recorded in Thailand since March 2o, according to an independent study cited by Coconuts. Believed to have the world’s worst…

Pew Research: More than 9-in-10 Americans Call China’s Power a ‘Threat’ to U.S.

More than 9-in-10 Americans now call China’s power and influence in the world a “threat” to the United States, a new survey reveals. The latest Pew Research Center survey finds that Americans are nearly unanimously worried about China’s dominance in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis that has ravaged the U.S. About 91 percent…

U.S. Legal Immigration System Continues to Favor China

The United States’ legal immigration system, admitting about 1.2 million permanent foreign residents a year, continues to heavily favor China despite national security concerns. No country in the world delivers more legal immigrants to the U.S., with the exception of Mexico, as China has annually for the last three years that federal immigration records are…

Indonesians Dress Up as ‘Ghosts’ to Scare People into Social Distancing

Residents in some Indonesian villages are dressing up as ghosts to scare people into following social distancing measures during the coronavirus pandemic, Reuters reported on Tuesday. On the island of Java, locals are dressing up as pocong — shroud ghosts of Indonesian legend — to spook locals into staying home. Throughout hamlets and villages, residents volunteer…

World Health Organization Stopped Medical Experts from Recommending Coronavirus Travel Bans

Medical experts wanted to recommend travel bans for nations to help stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus in the early days of the pandemic. World Health Organization (WHO) bureaucrats stopped them from making those recommendations. A report by Australia’s Sky News revealed that on January 30, WHO bureaucrats met with a group of doctors…

Coronavirus Crisis: Refugee Agencies Lobby for Mass Immigration to U.S.

Refugee contractors, partially funded by American taxpayers, have lobbied for mass immigration to the United States during the Chinese coronavirus crisis. President Trump’s administration has implemented travel bans on China, Iran, and Europe to stop the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. The nation’s leading health experts have said the travel bans are vital…

Mass Unemployment in U.S. Once Eased by Immigration Pause

The Chinese coronavirus has brought unemployment to about ten million Americans in just three weeks. In past times of unemployment, such depressions have been met with record low legal immigration levels. United States unemployment may reach 20 percent with 25 million jobs eliminated, JPMorgan economists predict, in the coming months as states issue stay-at-home orders…

Immigrants Self-Deporting from U.S. to Avoid Possible Coronavirus Infection

Foreign nationals held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody are self-deporting from the United States to avoid potential infection with the Chinese coronavirus. While federal judges are helping release convicted illegal alien and legal immigrant criminals from ICE detention amid claims that they could potentially contract the coronavirus, some ICE detainees are self-deporting back…

Feds Stop Entry of H-1B Foreign Visa Workers During Coronavirus Crisis

The State Department’s temporary suspension of visa processing has stopped the inflow of H-1B foreign visa workers into American white-collar jobs while the Chinese coronavirus crisis drives up United States jobless claims to more than ten million. In a given year, more than 100,000 foreign workers are brought to the U.S. on the H-1B visa…

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