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The Immigration Law Blog provides updates and analysis of federal immigration law for individuals and companies. Topics include Deferred Action (Acción Diferida para Jóvenes), I-9 audits, H1-B processing, Nexus Frequent Travel Requirements , immigrant visas and more. 


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Immigrant Visa Ban Rescinded - February 25, 2021

Visa processing is slowly becoming functional. Read More »

Social Security No-Match Letters: A New Twist on an Old Favorite - February 19, 2021

The Social Security No-Match letters are on the uptick - what employers need to know from immigration and employment lawyer Beth Coonan. Read More »

¿Qué Posibilidades de Inmigración Hay con la Nueva Administración? - February 11, 2021

Enero 2021 trae una nueva administración con promesas de cambios en el sistema de inmigración. Read More »

Employers Find Relief in USCIS H-1B Lottery Announcement - February 5, 2021

The USCIS announced that the upcoming H-1B lottery will continue as a random ranking, not wage-based as they initially proposed. Read More »

2021 H-1B “Cap” Registration and Lottery - January 19, 2021

The 2021 H-1B visa selection process will open in the coming months, but employers can take steps now to prepare. Read More »

Remote Worksite: Too Risky for Foreign Workers? - November 20, 2020

With more people working remotely than ever before, U.S. employers need to consider foreign workers’ visa status or risk fines. Read More »

Immigration Law Update: Good News on Fees, Visas, and Premium Processing - October 2, 2020

Fee increase paused, entry ban paused, and expansion of premium processing bring good news to immigrants and employers in October. Read More »

Visa Bulletin Jumps Ahead for October - What is Going On and What Does It Mean for You? - September 25, 2020

The Department of State released the monthly Visa Bulletin showing significantly shorter wait times for many categories of immigrant visas. Read More »

Exceptions to Recent Travel Bans Announced - August 13, 2020

The Department of State updated and expanded its guidance regarding exceptions to the employment-related entry suspensions (travel ban). Read More »

Foreign Workers and Offshoring Practices Targeted by Presidential Executive Order - August 6, 2020

President Trump's order mandates investigations by each federal agency. Read More »

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