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March 2015 Archives

Compliance with immigration laws as an employer is crucial

Imagine you are an employer and you are opening up some positions to improve your workplace and make your company more efficient. After the resumes come in and a few rounds of interviews are completed, one of the people you are considering hiring is not a US citizen -- but he or she has a visa and is allowed to work in the country.

Deportation pursued for man guilty of involuntary manslaughter

One story that has been in the national spotlight here and there is the unfortunate death of a soccer referee that was punched by a player. The referee was taken to a hospital after the punch, and in the days that followed, he eventually succumbed to his injuries. It's a tragic and unfortunate story that is all about mutual respect for other people and displaying good sportsmanship.

What is the non-immigration student visa?

There are so many talented people out there, as well as plenty of people who simply want the opportunity to obtain a world-class education here in the United States. U.S. immigration laws have visas to deal with these situations, and one of these visas that we will talk about today is the non-immigration student visa.

H-1B visa program enhanced to help spouses of visa holders

A couple of months ago, we wrote a post on this blog about the H-1B visa, and how the people who obtain these visas are of high-skill. Their spouses are usually very skilled as well, but the rules limited the visa options of the spouses of H-1B recipients. As a result, the spouses could get an H-4 visa. This allowed them in the country -- but it did not clear them for employment in the country. Thus, some skilled immigrants were being blocked from working, which seems like a silly policy.