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The world has certainly changed since March 12, 2020, when The Ticker first noted rising interest in virtual shareholder meetings (VSMs) due to COVID-19. According to updated facts and figures recently released by Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (Broadridge), 1,957 VSMs were held on the company’s platform in 2020, a 500 percent increase over 2019.
The South Dakota Supreme Court recently issued an opinion that substantially clarifies what constitutes a disqualifying conflict of interest under South Dakota law in the context of local zoning.
The initial registration period for FY 2022 H-1B cap-subject petitions opens at noon ET on March 9, 2021, and runs through noon ET on March 25, 2021.
The wage-based selection process is delayed to December 31, 2021, meaning that it will not be in effect for the upcoming H-1B cap filing season this March.
The proposed delay “will allow agency officials the opportunity to review any questions of fact, law, or policy the rule may raise.”
USCIS said its officers should not apply the rescinded memo “to any pending or new requests for H-1B classification, including motions on and appeals of revocations and denials of H-1B classification,” and that further guidance is forthcoming.
Mayorkas has become the first immigrant and first Latino to serve as Secretary of Homeland Security.
President Biden recently signed several immigration-related executive orders.
USCIS will continue to abide by previous filing fee amounts because of two preliminary injunctions.
The Department of State’s Visa Bulletin for February 2021 included information on potential monthly movement for employment-based green card categories through May.