In an admission that surprises no one, documents which the USCIS was forced to release under FOIA litigation confirms that the USCIS was ordered by the Trump Administration to increase the denials of H-1b visas and were advised that no legal or regulatory authority was needed to support the denials. The full story is published in Forbes with links to the incriminating documents. These documents are expected to be at the front and center of all federal litigation brought by U.S. employers seeking to overturn arbitrary and capricious denials. It is also expected that charges of bad faith will be brought.
USCIS Admits Orders from the WH to Deny H-1b Visas
By Mike Hammond|2019-09-22T00:09:02+00:00September 22nd, 2019|Categories: Government Agency Actions - USCIS, ICE, etc., US Immigration Policy, Visas - H-1b, L-1, E, O, TN|Tags: H-1b denials|0 Comments
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