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Worker Without Status Wins Lawsuit Against Employer

Worker Without Status Wins Lawsuit Against Employe

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), all workers regardless of their immigration status are entitled to their rights under established national labor standards, such as minimum wage, overtime pay,…

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USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Cards

USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Card

With a new rule effective May 4, 2022, USCIS has announced that the automatic extension period for employment authorization documents (EADs) will increase from 180 to 540 days. The issuance of this…

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EAD Class Action Filed

EAD Class Action Filed

This month, Joseph & Hall, in collaboration with the Immpact Litigation collaboration and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, filed a class action lawsuit challenging United States Citizenship and Immigration Services…

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New Department of Labor Rules Set to Undercut Legal Immigration

New Department of Labor Rules Set to Undercut Lega

We don’t often think about the Department of Labor as being a part of the immigration bureaucracy, but it takes just one sweeping change to remind us of the massive…

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Employment Based Permanent Residence for “Professionals” and those with “Advanced Degrees”

Employment Based Permanent Residence for “Profes

In a prior post, Employment-based Permanent Residency, Can You Sponsor Your ‘Skilled” or “Other Worker”?, we reviewed the basic process for Labor Certification/PERM as required for the “Skilled” or “Other…

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House Republicans Get Involved in Detainee Lawsuits Against Detention Centers

House Republicans Get Involved in Detainee Lawsuit

Over the course of the past few months, at least five lawsuits have been filed against Contract Detention Facilities (“CDF”s) alleging that the CDFs’ payments to immigrant detainees of $1…

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McDonald’s Settles Immigrant Discrimination Claim with DOJ

McDonald’s Settles Immigrant Discrimination Clai

On November 19, 2015, McDonald’s settled a claim of immigrant discrimination with the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division (“DOJ”).  The DOJ alleged that McDonald’s had engaged in a pattern…

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Non-Agricultural Guest Workers: 2B or not 2B

Non-Agricultural Guest Workers: 2B or not 2B

Contributed by Amber L. Blasingame, Associate Attorney, Colorado Springs As the US economy recovers and unemployment decreases, many employers are finding it more difficult to find available workers in various…

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