With immigration being a hot button topic these days check out my blog to help you better understand the role immigration has played, currently plays, and will continue to play in american history.
The H-1B season officially starts on April 1, 2018 and with the Trump administration making promises to crack down on the visa application process a lot of people are wondering how this will impact the filing and adjudicating of H-1B visas. While there is not a whole lot of certainty on the issue at this … Continue reading The Future of H-1B Visas for Students who are Currently Studying in the U.S.
Data provided by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a multinational professional services firm, has shown a tenfold increase in the number of Indian-born U.S. residents searching for jobs in India since President Trump won the election. Specifically, while just 600 U.S. Indian-born residents were looking for employment in India in December of 2016, the number had … Continue reading Evidence Shows Indians are Inclined to Seek Employment in India as a Result of Recent U.S. Immigration Policies
On November 6, 2017, acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke announced her decision to terminate the Temporary Protected Status (hereinafter “TPS”) designation for Nicaragua with a delayed effective date of twelve (12) months to allow for an orderly transition before the designation terminates on January 5, 2019. She also determined that additional information is … Continue reading Announcement on Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua and Honduras
When a U.S. company hires a new employee, the employer is required by law to verify the identity and employment authorization of the worker. This is accomplished by completing the I-9 form and having the new hire present one or more acceptable documents. In addition, depending upon the immigration status of the worker, the employer … Continue reading Form I-9 Compliance for H-1B Employers