November 2016 Newsletter

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

  • NEW USCIS FEES TAKING EFFECT 12/23/2016 – First Fee Increase Since 2010
  • H-1B, L-1, and R-1 Government Site Visits – What to Expect and What to Do
  • DOL Meeting Reveals Some Big Changes on the Horizon for PERM
  • New Questions Proposed for ESTA Form
  • Provisional Waiver Expansion
  • USCIS Clarifies 120-Day Time Period for EAD Renewals
  • Passport Photos No Longer Required for Naturalization Application
  • DHS Extends Employment Policy for Syrian F-1 Students
  • Marijuana Imbibers Beware
  • California Governor Takes Up Two Recently Passed State Legislative Efforts on Immigration
  • Is Using a Fake Social Security Number a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude? The 7th Circuit Doesn’t Think So • News In Brief: First-Time Third Country H-1B Applicants Can Apply in Vancouver for Their Visas; All UK Citizens Now Eligible for Global Entry; Citizenship Discrimination Continues to be a Focus of DOJ Enforcement Activity; Updates on TPS and Deferred Enforced Departure