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H-1B Portability at the Port of Entry for H-1B Employment With a New Employer
H-1B Portability at the Port of Entry for H-1B Employment With a New Employer

This article addresses the situation of an H-1B worker who has been terminated by their employer prior to the expiration of the H-1B validity period. The H-1B worker remained in the U.S. believing that since the I-94 has not expired, their status has not expired. The H-1B ...

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Blog posts in July, 2010

  • Immigration Attorney Discusses the EB-5 Regional Center Pilot Program Avenue to Permanent Residency Part 1: Establishing the Regional Center

    The Regional Center Pilot Program offers an exciting avenue to a fast track Green Card for foreign nationals who wish to invest $1,000,000 and in some ...

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  • Prevailing Wage for H-1B Specialty Occupation Workers Authorized Deductions (Part 2 - Case Study)

    This is the second of a two-part article discussing authorized deductions for H-1B specialty occupation workers. Part 1 addressed the rules for ...

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  • Why Does USCIS Issue H-1B Visas for one Year When an H-1B Beneficiary Seeks Three years in Third-Party Placement Situations?

    This is a very good question and can be answered by two words: Neufeld Memo. This article addresses the procedure for obtaining H-1B visa approvals ...

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  • The Neufeld Memo Bombards H-1B Petitioners: The USCIS Reveals New Weapons in the War on H-1B Consultants

    In what can only be described as a war on the H-1B petitions of consulting firms, the USCIS has recently developed new strategies for pushing, or more ...

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  • Interim Employment Authorization EAD Processing for Long Pending EAD Applications

    Aliens applying for a green card in the United States through adjustment of status need to obtain an employment authorization document (EAD) to work ...

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