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Source: American Immigration Lawyers Association (Doc. 15120860) Central to the mission of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is the promotion of justice and advocacy for fair and reasonable immigration laws. AILA condemns any proposal that would treat someone differently based upon nationality or religion. Bigotry and discrimination are anathema to the principles upon which […]
HIAS, formerly Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, works around the world to protect refugees who have been forced to flee their homelands because of who they are, including ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities. For more than 130 years, HIAS has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and dignity. Support this group, which fosters much-needed understanding […]
Federal prosecutors have dropped a criminal case against Jae Shik Kim, a Korean businessman, who was charged with violating economic sanctions based on evidence seized from his laptop. On August 11, 2015, prosecutors told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that they would not pursue the criminal case or challenge an order […]
H-1B Employers and Employees: Your immigration attorney has been saying to you for years, “inform me of any change in the employee’s work location – if you change it, then we need to file an H-1B amendment application.” Now in a precedent decision, the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office has revoked an H-1B approval, finding a […]
In this firm’s Fall 2014 Newsletter, we discussed the situation with foreign professional workers applying for H-1B work visas. There are only 85,000 of those visas available per year. Recently each year, companies have used up all 85,000 visas during the first week they are available. The government then conducts a random lottery to pick the […]
Morris Deutsch and Carolyn Killea recently published “Employing High-level or Professional International Workers,” the 1st chapter in a book called “Employing International Workers: Leading Lawyers on Complying with Regulations When Hiring International Employees.” Anyone interested may purchase the book on the Thomson Reuters site.
A recent graduate of American University, Washington College of Law, describes her practice experience at Deutsch, Killea and Eapen.
Here is our Spring 2013 newsletter, Developments in Immigration Reform, from Deutsch, Killea and Eapen