Adjustment of status is a process whereby individuals currently residing in the U.S. may apply to become permanent residents.
Are you a student coming to America to pursue your area of study? Learn the different ways on how to check your USCIS case status here.
Although congress has all but halted in moving forward with Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR), small-bore immigration reforms continue on at an administrative level
Finally we turn tommigration reform, an unresolved issue to this day and a constant area of uncertainty for businesses. Many businesses would be able to hire with less restriction, but due to the shutdown this process has been delayed even further.
This article touches upon the effects a U.S. Federal Government shutdown have on immigration services, like petitions, labor certifications, and visas.
Individuals with interviews at USCIS offices are now required to submit biographic information in order to confirm their identity. This new measure is put in place as an anti-fraud tool and allows USCIS to confirm an individuals identity with ease.
DOL maintains the position that due to the breadth of engineering degrees, a degree in engineering alone isn’t enough for certain positions.
On July 15, 2013 the University of Northern Virginia (UNVA) was shut down by the State Council of Higher Education (SCHEV). Although the decision of the school is perfectly clear, what is to become of its students? Without any direction, UNVA students are investigating their various options.
USCIS has recently announced its aimed at improving the quality of customer service. The new alteration allows for the option for prospective employees to provide their email addresses on form I-9.
This bill has been affected by several recent developments since first being voted out of the Senate judiciary committee. Some of the most important of these developments being the different amendments which could affect Senate bill S.744. The most recent and possibly most influential of these amendments is known as the Corker-Hoeven amendment.
On March 28, 2013, in an official communication, USCIS released news that it would be replacing the current G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance of Attorney or Accredited Representative with a new version. It means that USCIS will no longer accept the old G-28 form for new cases. Using the old G28 form on a new case after May 26,2013 will result in a denial of a case due to incorrect filing.