We are routinely asked by foreign nationals for whom I-140 employment based green card petitions have been filed why they are not receiving copies […]
US 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Medical Clinic Owner Personally Liable for Back Wages and H-1B Costs
The US Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a decision holding the owner of medical clinics in Tennessee and Florida personally liable for […]
An interesting issue came up this week involving the question of an applicant for a work visa who is not going to be involved in […]
We receive many questions about employment authorization for F-1 students, and the difference between CPT and OPT, and how getting CPT affects OPT eligibility. […]
Can dependent visa holders, such as H-4, TD, and F-2 family members, attend school while in the US? The answer is yes, though some […]
Can H-1B and TN visa holders attend school while in the US? The answer is yes, though some additional considerations come into play.
H-1B and TN visa […]
The burning question on everyone’s mind these days is just how close to current the EB-3 category for the Philippines is going to get? […]
On August 13th, the Department of State issued the following update regarding its efforts to return to normal visa issuance:
“We have made significant progress […]
Every week we have the opportunity to talk with a client who is struggling with the question of what to do about adult children […]
So just how far have we come in the Philippines EB-3 category in the last few months?
The May Visa 2014 Bulletin EB-3 Philippines cut-off […]