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AILA – CBP Liaison Practice Pointer: Automatic Visa Revalidation A nonimmigrant alien who has previously presented a visa for admission to the United States may sometimes be readmitted (a) in the same nonimmigrant classification as shown on an expired visa or (b) in a different nonimmigrant classification than shown on an expired or valid visa if […]
Immigration News Government Checking Social Networking Sites for Immigration Fraud We always have advised our clients to avoid anything the government could interpret as “fraud” in their immigration applications. For example, someone on an “H” visa or applying for permanent residence should not change job title or work location without first notifying immigration authorities. Currently, […]
Here is our Spring 2013 newsletter, Developments in Immigration Reform, from Deutsch, Killea and Eapen
In an incisive report, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Debunks Negative Myths About Immigration
Legal Immigration Helps the U.S. Economy A Washington Post article indicates the potential benefits of increasing legal immigration to the U.S.
Pointer: Third Country Nationals (TCNs) Should Use Caution When Processing Non-Immigrant Visa Applications in Canada By Jerry Grzeca (Vice Chair), AILA Department of State Liaison Committee [April 2010] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Department of State Liaison Committee reminds AILA members and their third country national clients (TCNs) to use caution when considering applying for non-immigrant visas at […]
Sep 30, 2009 USCIS’ Fraud Detection Unit Conducting Surprise Investigations of H-1B Employers The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) Unit, which has conducted site visits to employers who sponsor foreign nationals for years, has recently stepped-up unannounced site visits. FDNS reportedly has visited several of our employer clients […]
NPR’s Pam Fessler interviewed Morris Deutsch about USCIS’ appointment system, known as “InfoPass.” You can listen to it here.
Our law firm assisted a victim of the “DC Sniper” to remain in the U.S. You can read about it here.