The Crackdown On Illegal Immigration Is Hurting Oil Drillers

The Crackdown On Illegal Immigration Is Hurting Oil Drillers

U.S. crude oil production growth may have slowed down this year, but the largest oil-producing counties in the Permian basin continue to feel a shortage of labor.

The predicament for small oil services business owners in New Mexico is aggravated by the surge in worksite audits, investigations, and arrests as part of U.S. President Donald Trump’s tougher stance on illegal immigration.

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'America is Immigrants': Illustrator celebrates immigration in new book

‘America is Immigrants’: Illustrator celebrates immigration in new book

WILLIAMSTOWN — Growing up in Edinburgh, Scotland, Alison Kolesar always had a sense that the United States’ dynamism came from its immigrant population. By choice or necessity, these Americans had uprooted their lives and fashioned new ones in a foreign land.

“That was part of what created the energy of the country,” Kolesar said Monday. “In psychological terms, people who have had things always handed to them tend to not go out and make much of a difference in the world.”

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LEAVING A LEGACY, Multi-award-winning Hollywood director makes movies about successful immigrants

LEAVING A LEGACY, Multi-award-winning Hollywood director makes movies about successful immigrants

LEGACY DOCUMENTARIES are fundamentally created for two reasons: to leave a legacy or to use the film for PR purposes. The latter is especially true for bigger entities or businesses. Once you have your own LEGACY DOCUMENTARY completed, you can show it to news outlets, book publishers, or broadcasters.

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Ugandan Born, US Serial Entrepreneur, Moses iM. Katakanya, shares his new venture as a lifestyle management coach. Interview with Pamela Anchang, Editor in Chief of The Immigrant Magazine.

Ugandan Born, US Serial Entrepreneur, Moses iM. Katakanya, shares his new venture as a lifestyle management coach. Interview with Pamela Anchang, Editor in Chief of The Immigrant Magazine.

I am a person that is driven by great faith in the possibilities, and with such optimistic attitude I do things that most find intimidating or impossible, like organizing the first trade mission from Los Angeles to South Africa, immediately after the release of Nelson Mandela, while a student at a community college (Pasadena City College). I envisioned the possibilities of getting African Americans in Los Angeles participating in post-apartheid South Africa. I put a team of friends, Anthony T. Smith, Mark Miyoka and Tebo Moema and treated them on Kentucky fried chicken and sold them the idea.

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Immigrants aren’t a problem for Syracuse; they are part of the solution (Commentary)

Immigrants aren’t a problem for Syracuse; they are part of the solution (Commentary)

I read Paul Strail’s letter (“Syracuse is falling apart, and Mayor Walsh’s priority is refugees?”, Oct. 10, 2019) with great interest. Strail does a good job summarizing the many challenges facing cities like Syracuse. He then makes a connection between these problems and immigration. I would like to offer some additional food for thought on this.

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