U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) statistics for the second quarter of FY 2020 show continued high levels of requests for evidence (RFEs) for H-1B and L-1 petitions, along with some improvement in H-1B and L-1 outcomes against Q2 of FY 2019.
The US Government has announced that certain foreign professional athletes are exempt from the US’ current COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Employers of H1-B visa holders in the US face additional and specific regulatory challenges arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
What are your options if your US visa application has been refused?
Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order suspending entry of certain employment-based, family-based and other non-US nationals for 60 days.
In light of ongoing issues resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS has introduced an emergency measure relating to notices of intent to deny (NOIDs) and requests for evidence (RFEs).
USCIS has confirmed that temporary closures of its field offices, asylum offices and application support centers (ASCs) will remain in effect until May 3, 2020.
What should you do if you are stranded in the USA due to the COVID-19 crisis and are concerned about your visa or lawful status expiring?
Donald Trump has promised to suspend all immigration to the US to protect American workers.
USCIS is now accepting H-1B cap petitions on behalf of selected beneficiaries. The filing period will be open until at least June 30, 2020.