You may have had this question if you were presented with a green card that didn’t have the usual signature on the front and […]
Does the Neufeld Memo Affect Staffing Companies’ Ability to Place an Employee in a Position Which Requires an Internship Prior to Licensure?
Many states are moving to a requirement that some healthcare professionals who were not educated in that state perform some type of supervised internship […]
Sherry Neal Has Published an Article About International Nurses in the June 2015 Edition of Medical News
Hammond Law Group LLC partner Sherry Neal has published an article in the June, 2015 edition of Medical News about recent changes in US […]
Our first H-1B cap rejections arrived in the mail Monday. That’s two weeks later than they arrived last year, which is not surprising considering […]
On June 15, 2015, in a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Doctrine of Consular Non-Reviewability. Earlier this year, the […]
Many people are confused with regard to when they actually become permanent residents of the United States when their cases are processed at US […]
The Department of State Has Announced It is Experiencing Technical Difficulties With Overseas Passport and Visa Processing
On June 12, 2015, the Department of State (DOS) announced it is experiencing technical difficulties with its overseas passport and visa systems. This issue is not specific […]
What Is The Packet That I Am Given At The US Consulate During My Green Card Interview And What Am I Supposed To Do With It?
At the conclusion of your interview at the US Consulate abroad, for a permanent resident green card, if you’re application is approved, the officer […]
Can My Employer Revoke My Green Card After I Have Arrived In The US And Begun Working For My Employer?
The answer to this question is absolutely not, unless you have committed some fraud in the filing of the petition which might lead it […]