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By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson
Almost 200 pieces of immigration-related legislation have been introduced into Congress since January 2017.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson
The DHS has delayed the effective date of the International Entrepreneur Rule that was scheduled to take effect July 17, 2017.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson
Canadian citizens who are members of the Canadian trusted traveler program, NEXUS, are also eligible for Global Entry.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson
On September 5, 2017, USCIS and its E-Verify division released a redesigned participation poster.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson
The other categories that do not involve "work" are reportedly not affected.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson, Sara DeBlaze
Employers and their immigrating employees will likely experience increased processing time for adjustment of status applications.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson, Sara DeBlaze
For the past 15 years, USCIS has approved these applications for individuals traveling abroad with a valid advance parole document or a valid H-1B, H-4 or L visa while their adjustment of status...
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson, Sara DeBlaze
PPS for all other H-1B petitions, such as extensions of stay, remains temporarily suspended.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson, Sara DeBlaze
Applicants also needed to be under the age of 31, be enrolled in school or have already graduated, and have no criminal record.
By Gabrielle Buckley, Ryan Helgeson, Sara DeBlaze
USCIS now clarifies that the employee should "complete Section 1 at the time of hire.
By Jonathan Maude, Esther Langdon
Employers can try various initiatives to get employees to take their holidays.
By Christopher Braham, Thomas Petrides
California Labor Code sections 230 and 230.1 provide certain rights to employees who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking, including the right to take time off from work...
By Sara DeBlaze, Ryan Helgeson
Wherever you fall on the political spectrum, there is no denying that the first 200 days of President Trump's administration have been an interesting time for employers impacted by immigration regulations.
By Joseph Mulherin
Presidential administration transitions almost always result in policy and enforcement initiative changes at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
By Gabrielle Buckley, Sara DeBlaze, Ryan Helgeson
On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration announced that it is rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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