court room“On Monday evening, the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) filed a motion and brief on behalf of its client Save Jobs USA to halt a new H-4 visa Rule, which purports to make spouses of so-called “high-tech” H-1B guest workers eligible for work permits, adding (in the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) own estimates) 179,600 additional workers to the American labor market this year and a further 55,000 every year going forward. In their brief, the American workers prove that DHS acted outside its authority and arbitrarily and captiously in passing the Rule,” says a new press release from the Immigration Reform Law Institute. Read more here.