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On July 11, 2014, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a policy memorandum providing guidance on the adjudication of H-1B petitions for nursing positions. The memo assists USCIS officers in determining whether a nursing position meets the definition of a specialty occupation. The memo states that it supersedes any prior guidance on the subject […]
A recent article by The American Immigration Council discusses two new reports by The National Foundation for American Policy. One report highlights the increasing importance of immigrants to science and engineering in America. Among the report’s various findings are that 42 percent of researchers at the top seven cancer research centers are foreign-born. Additionally, the […]
SECONDARY EVIDENCE IN LIEU OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE Review the State Department’s website for more information about acceptable birth certificates from your country of birth: https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/fees/reciprocity-by-country.html . A birth certificate must show the following information: full name date of Birth both parents’ names the birth certificate must be the long-form, issued by the appropriate government agency, […]
A recent graduate of American University, Washington College of Law, describes her practice experience at Deutsch, Killea and Eapen.
The Intolerable Delay for Relative Petitions I recently met with a prospective client. The facts were not unusual: she was 35 years old, a U.S. citizen who is, and has been, living abroad, and she met somebody she wishes to marry. With this decision comes a host of other major life decisions: how to introduce […]
In an article on the USCIS website, CIS describes how it will not detect and prevent fraudulent use of Social Security Numbers through the E-Verify system. CIS hopes to detect SSNs that have been stolen, borrowed or purchased from other individuals. CIS is now able to lock an SSN that appears to have been misused, protecting […]
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.