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USCIS announced that DHS is withdrawing a 2018 proposed rule that would have removed the International Entrepreneur parole program from DHS regulations.
Effective May 17, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will temporarily suspend the biometrics submission requirement for certain applicants filing Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status, requesting an extension of stay in or change of status to H-4, L-2, and E nonimmigrant status.
USCIS announced on May 11, 2021, that applicants, petitioners, requestors and beneficiaries may now call to reschedule their biometric services appointments scheduled at a USCIS Application Support Center.
The Department of Labor has delayed a final rule on prevailing wage computations from May 14, 2021, until November 14, 2022.
President Biden revised the United States’ annual refugee admissions cap to 62,500 for fiscal year 2021, with a goal of 125,000 admissions for FY 2022.
Due to shifting commodity prices, land use regulations, and a variety of other factors, mineral interests often go unused for significant periods of time.
The story can apply directly to issues currently facing Minnesota taxpayers. Said directly, we will have “unpredictable elements” in life. And, while those elements can be insurmountable when surfacing on their own schedule, we can have a positive impact when exercising deliberate foresight.
Minnesotans are wondering: could or should they change their residency to achieve income tax savings?
This article outlines practical steps for banks to take to protect themselves against check fraudsters.
The playground adage “finders keepers, losers weepers” appears to have been taken to new heights in a recent court decision authored by U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman, costing Citibank around $500 million.