Legal Advice for Immigrant Employment — 301 results
Written by attorney Gerald Goulder, almost 4 years ago.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director
John Morton recently announced what they described as record-breaking
immigration enforcement statistics under the Obama... more
Written by attorney Leonard D'Arrigo, over 3 years ago.
R-1 visas: an overview
The R-1 visa is for persons seeking to enter the United States (U.S.) to work in a religious capacity on a temporary basis. The individual will be employed at... more
Written by attorney J Ferrari, over 3 years ago.
In order for an employer to get the "Green Card" for one of its employees, the law requires that the employer establish that it cannot find US workers to fill the position and that the... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, almost 4 years ago.
Question: My employer has a business in my home country
and wants to send me to the United States to work in a branch office he
is opening up. However, it would require that I work at... more
Written by attorney Charles H Kuck, almost 5 years ago.
If I choose to leave my current employer, will this affect my visa status in process? The E, H, L, TN and O nonimmigrant visas are employer-specific. Therefore, if you leave your current... more
Written by attorney James Dipasquale, about 3 years ago.
In his September 9, 2010 appearance on Fox News, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg stated: "Although [illegal immigrants] broke the law by illegally crossing our borders or over-... more
Written by attorney Roshani Parekh, 10 months ago.
Form I-9 can cause many headaches for employers, as they seek to verify an employee’s identity and authorization to work in the U.S. The instructions for Form I-9 contain a wealth of... more
Written by attorney David Murray, about 4 years ago.
Do I File My I-751 . . . When The Marriage Has Broken Down, But is Not Yet Terminated?
A Conditional Permanent Resident (CPR) is one who
has obtained his or her status through marriage... more
Written by attorney Anu Gupta, about 1 year ago.
Question. Can I have another employer file for my H1 when my transfer H1 was denied?
Answer. Yes, you may have another employer file for a H1. However, if the previous H1 was denied, you... more
Written by attorney Marisa DeFranco, over 1 year ago.
21ST CENTURY IMMIGRATION:
ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR?
THE U.S. HAS GOT A DEAL FOR YOU
By: Marisa DeFranco
March 15, 2013
E-1 E-2 TREATY... more