Manila Consulate has questions about EB2 ??? Recently, a number of PT’s who have been approved by the USCIS under the EB2 visa classification […]
The Justice Department has announced an agreement with Potter Concrete, a company based in Dallas, resolving claims that the company engaged in a pattern […]
Hammond Law Group, LLC received its first Receipt Notice for a 2014 H-1B Cap case today, April 21, 2014. This was for a case […]
Congratulations to Meb Keflezighi, the first American man to win the Boston Marathon in 31 years. Keflezighi is a native of Eritrea who immigrated to the […]
On of the problems which has arisen as a result of retrogression involves the timing of the issuance of the immigrant visa Fee Bills […]
The State Department announced yesterday that due to a systems problem, U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the world are unable to accept credit card […]
Have you filed a cap-subject H-1B case under the premium processing option and are wondering when USCIS will adjudicate your case?
USCIS has announced that […]
USCIS Form I-693, Medical Examination for Adjustment of Status is normally valid for a period of one year from the date it is signed […]
Hammond Law Group 10th Annual Symposium on the International Recruitment of Healthcare Workers Set for May 2
Don’t forget to register for Hammond Law Group’s 10th Annual Symposium on International Recruitment of Healthcare Workers.
This year’s symposium will take place in the […]
USCIS Ombudsman Recommends That Derivatives of Conrad State 30 Physicians be Authorized to Change to an Employment-Eligible Status
Recently, the USCIS Ombudsman office recommended that derivatives of physicians who are working on H-1b status through the Conrad State 30 program be eligible […]