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On March 22, 2017, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in the Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands case.
The Department of State’s Visa Bulletin for March 2017 estimates potential monthly movement in several categories in the coming months.
New fees for USCIS forms took effect in December, and updated versions of those forms have been published.
According to news reports, ICE is conducting a series of targeted enforcement actions around the United States and has removed hundreds of people.
Two new DHS memoranda call for, among other things, strict enforcement of immigration laws, stepped-up detentions and enhancement of expedited removal.
USCIS must dispose of transaction records that are more than 10 years old in April, 2017.
President Donald Trump signed a revised “travel ban” executive order on March 6.
The suspension may last up to 6 months.
12 Deaf Plaintiffs Sue Banner Health for Lack of ASL Interpreters and Lack of Auxiliary Communication Aids
Twelve deaf individuals filed a complaint in Federal District Court in Arizona on March 13 against Banner Health.
Financial Institution Bond May Cover Losses from Fraudulent Wire Transfers – Even Where Bank Employees Are at Fault
Even the most well-designed security plan for preventing financial losses from fraudulent acts has a potential weak spot—the humans at the bank who are responsible for implementing the plan.