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Update: BALCA Affirms Denial of PERM Application Where ad did not Show Employer's Name
Update: BALCA Affirms Denial of PERM Application Where ad did not Show Employer's Name

The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (“BALCA”) in Little Thai Kitchen, II affirmed the Certifying Officer’s denial of a PERM application filed for a “Chef” position because the advertisement failed to specify the identity of employer. In Little Thai Kitchen, II ...

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Blog posts in May, 2010

  • H-1B Visa Extensions and the 240-Day Rule

    This article provides guidance in understanding common issues involved in the H-1B visa extension. The main topics of discussion will be: the “240 day ...

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  • Obtaining the Treaty Investor Visa (E-2) with the Treaty Visa Office or USCIS Poses Traps for the Unweary

    The treaty investor visa, or “E-2” visa, is a nonimmigrant visa category in which adjudication can seem subjective depending on the governmental ...

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  • H-1b Visas, H-1b Dependency Issues & Possible Penalty for Aliens Possessing a Master's Degree.

    The H-1b visa program was designed with the intent of attracting some of the world’s brightest minds to the United States to work for a temporary ...

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  • The Concept of Marginality in E-2 Visas and the Artfully Crafted Business Plan

    In applying for a treaty investor (“E-2”) visa , the E-2 visa applicant must invest in a business that is more than “marginal.” For E-2 purposes, what ...

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  • The Effects of Potential Immigration Bill on Ohio Business

    Arizona has recently passed one of the harshest anti-immigration bills in America’s modern history. While the bill is obviously aimed at those persons ...

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  • Time Spent on H-4 or L-2 Does not Count Against H-1B or L-1 Period of Stay

    This article offers guidance on determining the period of authorized stay for aliens previously in H-4 or L-2 status who have changed their status to ...

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  • FFY 2011 H-1B Visa Numbers Show Employers Do Not Abuse Program

    Numbers released by the US government suggest that US Employers are shying away from employing highly skilled foreign workers in the H-1B Visa ...

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