April 2016 Newsletter

Find out about important immigration law information in the April 2016 newsletter, including:

  • Update on FY2017 H-1B Cap-Subject Processing
  • Foreign Students in STEM Fields Get More Time on Their F-1 OPT
  • Is Your Employment-Based Green Card Application Pending? What You Need to Know before Changing Jobs
  • Updates from the DOL Regarding the PERM Process – Insights for Employers
  • USCIS Processing Times: What to Expect
  • E Visa Holders Can Obtain New Two-Year Admission Period At Land Border But Need to Request It
  • USCIS Proposing to Cancel Interim Employment Authorization Cards
  • Supreme Court to Hear Oral Argument on President’s Executive Actions on Immigration
  • “Habitual Drunkard” Ruled Invalid Basis for Denying Citizenship, But DUI Grounds for Visa Revocation
  • Chinese Nationals Visiting the US Expected to Enroll in EVUS by November
  • DOS Phasing Out Employment Authorization for Some A-2 Visa Holders DOS Retreats from More Restrictive Interpretation for EADs for Certain G-4 Dependents
  • News In Brief: Visa Waiver Program Users Now Restricted from Traveling to Libya, Somalia, and Yemen; Petitioning for a Sibling? Consider Using a DNA Test; TPS Designation Extended for Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia