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  • Breaking News: District Court Sets Aside Two Interim Final Rules Targeting Employment-Based Immigration

    On December 1, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California set aside two interim final rules upending the H-1B visa program and other employment-based immigration categories in Chamber of Commerce v. DHS. Both rules were announced in October and comprised of significant changes to the H-1B prevailing wage levels and eligibility criteria.  The […]

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  • H-1B Specialty Occupation Class Action Litigation: Court Grants Class Certification

    The United States District Court, Northern District of California has granted, in part, a motion for class certification brought by U.S. employers (“Plaintiffs”) who alleged that USCIS has a “policy and practice of arbitrarily and unlawfully denying H-1B nonimmigrant worker petitions for the specialty occupation of market research analyst.”  The H-1B classification allows employers to […]

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  • TN Spotlight: Veterinarian

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under the regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One such occupation is a Veterinarian.  How to Qualify for TN Status as a Veterinarian To qualify for TN […]

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  • Breaking News: District Court Sets Aside Two Interim Final Rules Targeting Employment-Based Immigration

    On December 1, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California set aside two interim final rules upending the H-1B visa program and other employment-based immigration categories in Chamber of Commerce v. DHS. Both rules were announced in October and comprised of significant changes to the H-1B prevailing wage levels and eligibility criteria.  The […]

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  • H-1B Specialty Occupation Class Action Litigation: Court Grants Class Certification

    The United States District Court, Northern District of California has granted, in part, a motion for class certification brought by U.S. employers (“Plaintiffs”) who alleged that USCIS has a “policy and practice of arbitrarily and unlawfully denying H-1B nonimmigrant worker petitions for the specialty occupation of market research analyst.”  The H-1B classification allows employers to […]

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  • TN Spotlight: Veterinarian

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under the regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One such occupation is a Veterinarian.  How to Qualify for TN Status as a Veterinarian To qualify for TN […]

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  • USCIS Revises Policy Guidance on Naturalization Applicants Who Erroneously Obtained Lawful Permanent Resident Status

    On November 18, 2020, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) updated its policy manual to reflect new guidance on when applicants would be ineligible for naturalization based on their lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. All naturalization applicants must establish that they were lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence at the time of filing […]

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  • USCIS Adopts Discretionary Rules for Adjustment of Status Applications

    USCIS recently amended its policy manual with a table of factors for officers to consider in exercising their discretion over whether to approve an adjustment of status (AOS) application. This update highlights the role of a USCIS officer’s discretion in adjudicating AOS applications based on the totality of the circumstances (aka considering all the available […]

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  • Breaking News: District Court Sets Aside Two Interim Final Rules Targeting Employment-Based Immigration

    On December 1, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California set aside two interim final rules upending the H-1B visa program and other employment-based immigration categories in Chamber of Commerce v. DHS. Both rules were announced in October and comprised of significant changes to the H-1B prevailing wage levels and eligibility criteria.  The […]

    Read More
  • H-1B Specialty Occupation Class Action Litigation: Court Grants Class Certification

    The United States District Court, Northern District of California has granted, in part, a motion for class certification brought by U.S. employers (“Plaintiffs”) who alleged that USCIS has a “policy and practice of arbitrarily and unlawfully denying H-1B nonimmigrant worker petitions for the specialty occupation of market research analyst.”  The H-1B classification allows employers to […]

    Read More
  • TN Spotlight: Veterinarian

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under the regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One such occupation is a Veterinarian.  How to Qualify for TN Status as a Veterinarian To qualify for TN […]

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  • Breaking News: District Court Sets Aside Two Interim Final Rules Targeting Employment-Based Immigration

    On December 1, 2020, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California set aside two interim final rules upending the H-1B visa program and other employment-based immigration categories in Chamber of Commerce v. DHS. Both rules were announced in October and comprised of significant changes to the H-1B prevailing wage levels and eligibility criteria.  The […]

    Read More
  • H-1B Specialty Occupation Class Action Litigation: Court Grants Class Certification

    The United States District Court, Northern District of California has granted, in part, a motion for class certification brought by U.S. employers (“Plaintiffs”) who alleged that USCIS has a “policy and practice of arbitrarily and unlawfully denying H-1B nonimmigrant worker petitions for the specialty occupation of market research analyst.”  The H-1B classification allows employers to […]

    Read More
  • TN Spotlight: Veterinarian

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under the regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One such occupation is a Veterinarian.  How to Qualify for TN Status as a Veterinarian To qualify for TN […]

    Read More
  • USCIS Revises Policy Guidance on Naturalization Applicants Who Erroneously Obtained Lawful Permanent Resident Status

    On November 18, 2020, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) updated its policy manual to reflect new guidance on when applicants would be ineligible for naturalization based on their lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. All naturalization applicants must establish that they were lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence at the time of filing […]

    Read More
  • USCIS Adopts Discretionary Rules for Adjustment of Status Applications

    USCIS recently amended its policy manual with a table of factors for officers to consider in exercising their discretion over whether to approve an adjustment of status (AOS) application. This update highlights the role of a USCIS officer’s discretion in adjudicating AOS applications based on the totality of the circumstances (aka considering all the available […]

    Read More

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