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Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston are millennial magnets — New York, Los Angeles not so much

Posted by USFC Team on Feb 9, 2019 2:27:55 AM
Dallas-Fort Worth has become a magnet for millennial migration in the years since the Great Recession, according to a new Brookings Institution report, even as efforts to lure the heavily sought demographic intensify. Growing companies — especially tech firms — put a premium on the number of ... Read More

Topics: Dallas, Texas, Texas Economy, Migration, jobs, Employment, Business Friendly, Business, D-FW, Houston, Los Angeles, New York

H-4 Visa: No Chance at the American Dream?

Posted by USFC Team on Feb 9, 2019 12:39:57 AM
Shikha Dalmia immigrated to the United States when she was 23. This was in 1985 when immigration in the US was at its heyday. Still, it took her and her husband seven years to switch from their student visas; Shikha’s husband switched to an H-1B and she an H-4 spouse visa. Later, they both earned ... Read More

Topics: United States, InvestorVisa, H1-B, Visa, Retrogression, H-1B, Migration, EB-5, jobs, Immigration, Green Card, USVisa, USCIS, GoldenVisa

300 jobs are coming to downtown Fort Worth. See which company is making the move

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 23, 2018 6:14:34 AM
In a move that helps reverse the outflow of jobs from downtown Fort Worth, Freese and Nichols announced Tuesday that it’s moving its headquarters back to the city’s central business district Read More

Topics: Fort Worth, Texas, Job, Employment, Relocation, Migration, Job Creation, Business Friendly, Business

Dallas-Fort Worth leads nation in people relocation, so how many new residents is that each day?

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 21, 2018 5:14:22 AM
Even migration is bigger in Texas.  Dallas-Fort Worth leads all U.S. metropolitan areas as the largest net gainer with 246 people arriving daily, according to a Bloomberg analysis of 2017 Census data on migration for the nation's 100 largest regions. In 2014, the crown belonged to Houston with 269 ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, Relocation, Migration

Migration boom pushes up rents on Dallas’ high-end homes

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 21, 2018 4:54:23 AM
Rents on higher-end, single-family homes in the Dallas area have reversed course in the past year and are going up as landlords are looking to capitalize on new growth in the area, according to data from CoreLogic.  In October of last year, rents on the highest-priced homes were on pace to fall by ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, Rent, Migration, homes, High-End, Single-Family

Is the H-1B Visa Program under threat?

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 7, 2018 6:40:40 AM
On Monday, December 3rd, 2018, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published striking news that will reverberate through the homes of many Indian immigrants. In its published notice of proposed rulemaking, USCIS announced that it has submitted certain regulatory changes around H-1B ... Read More

Topics: USVisa, GoldenVisa, InvestorVisa, H1-B, Green Card, Visa, H-1B, Investment, Migration, EB-5, Insider, USCIS

The H1-B Story: From Immigration Dream to Nightmare

Posted by USFC Team on Sep 17, 2018 1:33:39 AM
In the United States, workers from India comprise the largest number of H-1B professionals. For decades, the “American Dream” has been the aspiration for thousands of Indians. Whether it’s a young Indian student looking for an innovative job, or a newly-wed couple keen to find a better quality of ... Read More

Topics: H1-B, EB-5, Immigration, InvestorVisa, GoldenVisa, Visa, Migration

The big reason Toyota is moving 3,000 jobs from California to Texas

Posted by David Gunderson on Jan 29, 2016 7:00:00 AM
By: Beth Braverman, The Fiscal Times, Dec. 15, 2015 Read More

Topics: jobs, Migration, USA, Texas

Where America Is Moving (hint: it's not New York).

Posted by David Gunderson on Jan 27, 2016 8:00:00 AM
By:  Justin Fox, Bloomberg View, December 22, 2015 Read More

Topics: jobs, Migration, USA

Texas emerges as top destination for Californians fleeing state

Posted by David Gunderson on Aug 31, 2015 4:04:25 PM
Californians fled the state in unprecedented numbers over the last decade, and their primary destination was Texas, according to an analysis issued Monday. Read More

Topics: California, Investment, Migration

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