February 2016 Newsletter

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

  • H-1B Professional Visas — Preparation Begins for April Filings • Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Categories for India and China
  • Long-Awaited Proposed Rules for High-Skilled Foreign Workers Modest in Scope
  • New Rules Tweak Certain Nonimmigrant (E-3, H1-B1, CW-1) and Immigrant (Professor/Researcher) Visa Classifications
  • Supreme Court to Review Administration’s Executive Actions on Immigration
  • What to Do When the Examiner at Your Adjustment Interview Requests Your EAD
  • Copy of Approval Notice Sufficient for O and P Canadian Travelers
  • One-to-One Facial Image Comparison Project at JFK Airport
  • Long Ago Entry — What to Do If You Lost Your Passport and White I-94 Card and Need to Prove Your Entry
  • Democrats Introduce Bill that Would Mandate Legal Representation for Unaccompanied Children and Vulnerable Immigrants
  • ICE Raids Homes of Undocumented Immigrants
  • News In Brief: Extension of Sudan and South Sudan TPS to 11/2/2017; Groups Request TPS for El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras; TPS Registration for Yemen Open until 3/3/2016; Researchers Find that Immigrants Wait on Average 22 Months to Have Their Day in Immigration Court; PA Revokes License to Berks County Family Detention Facility