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How does the government shutdown affect immigrants, the courts and our border? Although the federal government has been shutdown, the effects upon my immigration clients have been varied. U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the primary agency that handles petitions and applications related to immigration. For most filings, USCIS […]

H-1B season looks like it’s going to last a while this year. With nationwide unemployment still high, offers for H-1B employment seem to be lagging as well. Here are updated H-1B quota numbers for those looking for H-1B sponsors and wondering “how much time do I have left before the H-1B quota runs out…” Regular […]

H-1B season begins today – April 1, 2011. Like a cruel joke, the beginning of this year’s H-1B applications, H-1B quota, H-1B cap, fiscal year 2012 H-1B season, whatever you want to call it…starts today, April Fool’s Day! Let’s review what the H-1B season means to those looking for a job and who hope to […]

Fiscal year 2011 has been a relatively slow year for H-1B usage. Whether it’s the economy or increased scrutiny of H-1B petitions or increased H-1B filing fees, I thought you might want to know that the quota is still open. As of November 22, USCIS informed the public that approximately 48,977 cases have been counted […]

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