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USCIS Ombudsman’s Office 2022 Annual Report Issued

USCIS Ombudsman’s Office 2022 Annual Report Issu

This month, the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman, an oversight entity created by Congress over U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, issued its annual report to Congress regarding…

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For the First Time, Additional H-2B Visas Released for First Half of FY 2022

For the First Time, Additional H-2B Visas Released

For the first time ever, the Department of Homeland Security has released additional H-2B visas for the first half of the Federal Fiscal Year.  On December 20, 2021, DHS announced…

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A Step in the Right Direction for Deported Veterans

A Step in the Right Direction for Deported Veteran

The widely reported issue of deported veterans has finally seen some movement in the right direction.  As activists, attorneys, and service members have stated, there is a substantial amount of…

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DOL and DOJ Settle with Facebook Regarding Alleged Discrimination and Use of PERM

DOL and DOJ Settle with Facebook Regarding Alleged

The Department of Labor and Department of Justice have separately announced settlement agreements with Facebook regarding alleged discrimination against U.S. workers in its use of the “PERM” program—the regulatorily mandated…

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USCIS’s Rush to Approve Green Cards by September 30

USCIS’s Rush to Approve Green Cards by September

In immigration laws, there is a certain number of green cards or immigrant visas that may be issued each year, which are further broken down by the country of origin…

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USCIS to permit re-filing of certain rejected H-1B petitions for FY 2021

USCIS to permit re-filing of certain rejected H-1B

On June 23rd, USCIS announced that it will accept resubmitted H-1B cap-subject petitions for Fiscal Year 2021 that were rejected solely because the requested start date was after October 1,…

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USCIS to Return to Policy Granting Deference to Previous Adjudications

USCIS to Return to Policy Granting Deference to Pr

One of President Biden’s first executive orders was issued February 2nd, 2021, entitle “Executive Order on Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for…

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H-1B FY 2022 Registration Set to Open March 9

H-1B FY 2022 Registration Set to Open March 9

After the announcement of several rules that would drastically change the H-1B lottery process, and their subsequent postponements, USCIS has announced that the initial registration period for cap-subject H-1Bs is…

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