June 2016 Newsletter

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

  • Filing Fee Increases for Most Popular Applications and Petitions
  • Employers with a Pending I-129 Extension/Change May Submit a Service Request after Seven Months
  • Adjustment of Status and Registry Applicants Should Double Check Combo Card for Travel Authorization Before Travelling Abroad
  • Two Lawsuits Challenge the Government’s H-1B Lottery System
  • Three-Month Wait Times for NIV Appointments at U.S. Consular Posts in India
  • USCIS Permits Biometrics Collection Abroad, But Only in Rare and Compelling Circumstances
  • USCIS Publishes Performance Data for Certain Cases
  • Affirmative Asylum Applicants Wait for Interview Ranges from 11⁄2 to 5 Years
  • Immigration Benefits for Old Veterans and New Allies
  • News In Brief: Staffing Company Fined Nearly $210,000 for Failures to Properly File Work Authorization Forms; Visa Limit Reached for Special Immigrants (EB-4 Preference) from Mexico; TPS Designation Extended for Honduras and Nicaragua