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President Trump issued a proclamation suspending the entry of immigrants into the United States for 60 days, with some exceptions.
A nationwide class action lawsuit challenges USCIS’ denying H-1B nonimmigrant employment-based petitions for market research analysts positions.
In-person service at agencies or centers is available only for those with a “qualified life-or-death emergency and need a passport for immediate international travel within 72 hours.” Otherwise, significant delays are expected.
DHS, with the support of the Department of Agriculture, will publish a temporary final rule to temporarily amend the regulations regarding temporary and seasonal H-2A nonimmigrant agricultural workers and their U.S. employers.
The Department of State (DOS) recently announced that U.S. embassies and consulates will continue to provide emergency and mission-critical visa services “to the extent possible, given resource constraints and local government restrictions.”
Do Stimulus Checks and Unemployment Benefits Matter for Inadmissibility Determinations Based on Public Charge?
Immigration attorneys have received questions from their clients about whether accepting the COVID-19 pandemic-related stimulus check or unemployment benefits are considered public benefits for purposes of public charge inadmissibility determinations.
USCIS is reusing previously submitted biometrics to process Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, extension requests.
What steps can we take proactively to prepare to return employees to the workplace?
During the summer months, when school is not actually “closed,” is an eligible employee entitled to paid leave under the FFCRA if the employee needs to care for his/her child(ren) because the child(ren)’s summer programming has been cancelled?
Minnesota landowners may have heard the term “torrens” when dealing with title to their property, but most are unsure of the term’s meaning or its origin.