As of May 1, 2014, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) upgraded its I-94 website by now giving non-immigrants* to the United States access to the last five years of their travel history.
Below are three important developments in health care-related immigration that we need to bring to your attention.
Over the last several years, the Canadian government has increased scrutiny on the activities of employers and foreign workers to ensure compliance with Canadian local and federal agreements regarding the hiring of temporary foreign workers.
Following our update last week regarding the Home Office’s Code of Practice on Preventing Illegal Working and the Civil Penalty Scheme for Employers, updated Guidance explaining the changes to employer right to work checks has now been published.
Could Einstein Get a Green Card? Proposed DHS Changes Signal New Opportunities for American Colleges and Universities
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is proposing to expand the current list of evidentiary criteria for employment-based first preference (EB-1) outstanding professors and researchers to include a “comparable evidence provision.”
General Information Services, Inc. (GIS) has been hit with a class action complaint alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Recently, we assisted a new client who had received a Notice of Intent to Fine from ICE following an I-9 inspection. It was a sad situation.
Sending employees on international assignment is a strategic business decision for many companies. While often necessary to compete in the global marketplace, employees abroad may bring hidden and unknown risk.
Dear Immigration Colleagues: On my doctor’s advice, I am considering changing careers. Like perhaps many of you, helping clients overcome unreasoned decisions and ludicrous requests for evidence year in and year out has taken its toll on my blood pressure.