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- The Truth about Refugees: They Undergo Rigorous Vetting Process and States Cannot Reject Them
The simple truth of the matter is this: Refugees are the most thoroughly vetted class of immigrants in the U.S., and state governors have no legal authority to refuse them. Hereís an overview of the procedure a refugee must undergoes before relocating to the U.S.
- ICE Raids in Charlotte: What You Need to Know
Reports of these ICE raids have spread fear throughout immigrant communities. In light of these fears, it is important for immigrants, their families, and advocates to know the facts about these current ICE raids and of what rights immigrants have when ICE comes knocking.
- Employment Immigration Visa Options for Florida Businesses
Last year, the H-1B filing period lasted only five business days due to the high demand for H-1B visas. In 2015, there are 65,000 H-1B spots set aside for foreign nationals working for U.S. companies that meet the requirement of at least a bachelorís degree or equivalent, and 20,000 spots for those with U.S. masterís degrees. The demand for H-1B visas this year is expected to be even greater than in 2014.
- 6 Circumstances Where You Need a Florida Immigration Attorney
Those wishing to enter the U.S. as a legal immigrant or facing deportation often find the U.S. immigration process to be complicated, confusing and even frightening. Hiring an experienced Florida immigration attorney to help you navigate this process can increase the chances of a favorable outcome for your case.
- How to Avoid Everyday Immigration Mistakes Employers Make
Florida employers seeking to hire foreign nationals have several options for doing so through a variety of work visa options from the U.S. government. Most employers find the work visa application process confusing and frustrating, which is why it is important to seek the counsel of an experienced immigration attorney to assist you.
- Retention of I-140 Priority Date for a Subsequent Employment-Based Petition
A beneficiary of an approved I-140 petition for the first, second or third preference category may retain the priority date of the approved petition for any subsequently filed first, second or third category employment-based petition.
- Immigration Report on Detention Centers Housing Women & Children
Little has changed in the level of care for detained women and children
- Should I Plead Guilty?
When individuals are facing a conviction of a criminal charge, they usually are told by their attorney that they have two choices. They can either plead guilty or go to trial. There are certain risks inherent in making either decisions.
- H-1B Lotteries Are Over, America's Got Enough Talent?
H-1B lotteries to choose professional employees? Is this the best we can do?
- Employment for Authorization for H-4 Spouses
On May 12, 2014, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a proposed regulation which would, for the first time, permit certain H-4 spouses of H-1B professionals to apply for Employment Authorization Documents (EADs).