On July 11, 2014, USCIS issued a memo which provides guidance for examiners to use when determining whether a nursing position would qualify for an […]
During a recent telephone conference between the AILA Vermont Service Center (VSC) Liaison Committee and senior staff at the VSC, the VSC communicated its […]
Hammond Law Group, LLC wishes to extend best wishes to all those Physical Therapists who are currently completing their final preparations in anticipation of […]
At the end of March, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Ombudsman recommended that USCIS publish new regulations to allow employment authorization for J-2 […]
The Cap Gap and Extensions of Employment Authorizations for Students With Pending H-1B Visa Petitions
Are you a student and getting worried about the fact that your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) is getting ready to expire but the H-1B […]
Have you taken a good look at the priority date cut-off movement for EB-3 Philippines?
The May Visa 2014 Bulletin EB-3 Philippines cut-off date was […]
The August 2014 Visa Bulletin has been released and contains the following cut-off dates:
Rest of World (ROW): Current
China: 08OCT09 - Approximately three months.
India: 01SEP08 – […]
It would appear from the speech President Obama gave today that legislative reform of the US immigration system is completely dead in 2014. The […]
A recent story by the San Bernardino County Sun reported that UCLA has developed a program that will assist foreign physicians in meeting the […]
Why Won’t Many Employers File an EB-2 Case Based on a Requirement of a Bachelor’s Degree Plus Five Years of Experience?
One of the most common questions we hear from physical therapists involves the issue of why their employers are not willing to file cases […]