By Sarah Baker, Esq.
At a time when the United States needs to attract the best and the brightest to encourage innovation and investment to stimulate job growth and keep competitive in a global economy, exactly the opposite is occurring. March 4, 2010 marked the beginning of a new era in USCIS policy and adjudications of EB-11 . . . → Read More: Kazarian’s Lament – Just when the IMF predicts China will have the largest economy in just 5 years – the U.S. turns away the “best and brightest” in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business and Sports. Give me a foot so I can shoot myself again.