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Recent Monthly Newsletters

  •  Fourth Quarter 2009

November 2009 Newsletter

  1. Our Global Immigration Practice; Attendance at the Biennial Global Immigration Law Conference in London
  2. USCIS Updates The Number Of H-1B Petitions Filed Under The Cap
  3. What Does The Impending Expiration of the H-1C Nursing Relief Act Mean?
  4. USCIS Publishes Guidance On The Regulatory Requirements For Agents And Sponsors Of “O” And “P” Petitions
  5. DHS Announces Rule Seeking Permanent Global Entry Program
  6. HIV Travel Ban Lifted By CDC

October 2009 Newsletter

  1. USCIS Ombudsman Issues Recommendation That USCIS Temporarily Accept H-1B Petitions With “Filed” LCAs While DOL iCERT Glitches Remain An Ongoing Problem
  2. DHS Rescinds Safe Harbor Rule For No-Match Letters
  3. Congress Ends The Widow Penalty
  4. CBP Issues Travel Reminder
  5. Senate Approves Extension For The EB-5 Visa, Conrad 30 and Non-Minister Religious Programs
  • Third Quarter 2009
  • September 2009 Newsletter

    1. DV-2011 Diversity Visa Lottery
    2. Mandatory E-Verify Rule for Federal Contractors Made Effective September 8, 2009
    3. USCIS Updates The Number Of H-1B Petitions Filed Under The Cap
    4. USCIS’ FDNS Commences Unannounced Site Visits To H-1B Employers and their Clients
    5. U.S. and Mexico Announce Agreement For Cross Border Public Security Communications Network
    6. Some Food For Thought For USCIS Director Mayorkas…

    August 2009 Newsletter

    1. Federal District Court Upholds Mandatory E-Verify Rule for Federal Contractors Effective September 8, 2009
    2. The Obama Administration Warns Of “Another Wave” Of I-9 Audits “In The Near Future”
    3. CBP Announces Expansion of Global Entry Program to Thirteen Additional Airports
    4. Expiration Date of Form I-9 Extended to Aug. 31, 2012; Form I-9 Amended With New Revision Date
    5. USCIS Announces Delays in Production of Permanent Resident Cards
    6. Update: August 2009 Employment-Based Visa Numbers

    July 2009 Newsletter

    1. I-9 Audits: An Emerging Investigative Tool In DHS’ Arsenal For Implementing The Administration’s New Policy Of Enforcing Immigration Compliance Against The Employer
    2. 20,000 H-1B Visas Still Remain Available Under The Cap!
    3. Department Of Homeland Security To Implement E-Verify; Possibly Revoke SSA No-Match Rule
    4. Blanket L Petition: If You Don’t Use It, You May Lose It!
    5. Premium Processing Now Available For Certain Categories Of Immigrant Visa Petitions (Form I-140)
    • Second Quarter 2009

    June 2009 Newsletter

    1. State Mandated E-Verify Provisions Effective July 1, 2009
    2. 20,000 H-1B Visas Still Remain Available Under The Cap!
    3. Bill Seeks To Increase Scrutiny of the H-1B and L-1 Process
    4. “New” Form I-9 Remains Effective Despite June 30 Expiration Date
    5. Interim Relief Granted For Widow(er)s of U.S. Citizens
    6. Mandatory Use Of DOL’s iCERT System Still Slated For July 1, 2009 Start

    May 2009 Newsletter

    1. There Are Still Plenty of H-1B Visas Available Under The Cap!
    2. H-1B Audits Are On The Rise!
    3. Velarde Memo Issues New Guidance To Adjudicators On Requirements for H-1B Beneficiaries Seeking To Practice In Certain Health Care Occupations
    4. The Legacy LCA Online System Will Remain Operational For LCA Submissions Through June 30, (extended from May 15, 2009)
    5. The Department of Homeland Security Issues A New Directive To Focus Investigations On The Companies That Hire Undocumented Workers Rather Than The Workers Themselves

    April 2009 Newsletter

    1. Information On Cap-Gap Extensions Of Optical Practical Training
    2. New Form I-9 Effective Immediately
    3.  It’s Still Not Too Late To File H-1B Petitions Under The Cap!
    4.  Mandatory E-Verify For Federal Contractors Postponed Once Again
    5.  DOL Announces iCert Rollout, Releases Fact Sheet
    6. President Obama To Discuss Comprehensive Immigration Reform As Early As Next Month
    7.  A.F.L.-C.I.O and “Change To Win” Also Support Comprehensive Immigration Reform
    8.  Tune In For The First Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing On Comprehensive Immigration Reform On April 30

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