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It’s like a USCIS Flash Sale on H-1Bs and L-1s

On September 30, 2015, Public Law 111-230 sunset. Since 2010, this law has required additional filing fees of $2,000 for certain H-1B petitions and $2,250 for certain L-1A and L-1B petitions. H-1B

When H1-B Employers Must File H-1B Worksite Amendments

If your H1-B employee changes worksites, must you, the employer, file an amended H-1B petition with USCIS? Yesterday USCIS released a new policy memorandum answering this question. By interpreting the April 9, 2015

The L1-B for Intracompany Transferees with Specialized Knowledge

If your company has at least two offices, one in the U.S. and one abroad, your company might be able to petition for an employee with specialized knowledge to be transferred to the U.S.

Executives and Managers can get L1-A Visas

If your company has at least two offices, one in the U.S. and one abroad, your company might be able to petition for an executive or manager to be transferred to the U.S.

Top 9 Immigration Mistakes to Avoid

Although some people would like to save money by doing immigration paperwork on their own, here are some things that could go wrong: Getting the Status Wrong.  Sometimes it can be really

How Can an H4 Spouse Get an EAD Work Permit?

If you are an H4 spouse of an H-1B skilled worker currently residing in the US, you might now be eligible for a work permit (Employment Authorization Document, or EAD).  This is

H-1B Filing Checklist

Thinking about filing a petition for a cap-subject H-1B in the visa lottery?  Here are some things you might need to include, depending on the specifics of the company and the prospective