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Employment relationships in Australia are regulated at a number of levels and by a range of statutory and quasi-statutory instruments. Which...more
Congressional Action Impacting Aviation -
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Requests Airline Information on Ancillary Service Fees, Consumer Privacy Protection:
Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV, chairman of the...more
With the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) beginning in February 2014 and the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal's first Road Safety Remuneration Order (RSRO) commencing in early May 2014, this year promises to be challenging...more
Ethics and compliance training programs are typically designed for employees, and often do not address the issues and the specific responsibilities that high-level executives face daily. These leaders can pose the highest...more
The continuing controversy over whether retaliation claims under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act ("SOX") cover activities outside the United States continues to play out in the courts and administrative bodies. The two leading cases...more
The U.S. has a well-established innovation economy, similar to other developed nations. But certain challenges exist for countries to attract talent to fuel these industries. Our current immigration system,...more
Important Notice: Only immigrant visa applicants applying at certain U.S. embassies and consulates where NVC requested fees or documents in October 2010 or later may use the DS-260, Online Immigrant Visa Application. Review...more
This is continuation of serious of articles providing AILA’s (American Immigration Lawyers Association) on various tops as contained in Senate Bill S. 744 passed by the Senate, action or inaction in the House and AILA’s...more
AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) has provided its Take on “House Immigration Reform” which covers various topics including Legalization of undocumented aliens, provisions in Senate Bill S.744 passed by the...more
The following information is provided by the Visa Office regarding the cut-off dates for the month of September 2013....more
Kris W. Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State has filed lawsuit in Federal Court seeking Curb Illegal Immigration.
President Obama had issued policy memorandum to defer deportation of young undocumented immigrants and as of...more
Congressional budget analysts said that legislation to overhaul the nation's immigration laws would cut hundreds of billions from the federal deficit over the next two decades....more
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the implementation of Phase II of the Entry/Exit information system, a commitment of the Beyond the Border Action Plan....more
The Supreme Court struck down a key part of the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) last Wednesday and declared that same-sex couples, who are legally married deserve equal rights to the benefits under federal law that go...more
Now that the Senate has passed the bipartisan bill in the Senate, we await to see what happens in the House. Will the House take up the Senate Bill and pass it or produce its own bill that includes a core piece of senate...more
David began: "Clearly the most interesting trend in U.S. Business Immigration Law is President Obama's commitment to Comprehensive Immigration Reform ("CIR").
"The recent initiatives under the Deferred Action and Childhood...more
The following information is provided by the Visa Office regarding the cut-off dates for the month of August 2013....more
It came out last night. F2A is now current.
India EB2 moved up to January 2008. See below.
The Supreme Court struck down a key part of the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) last Wednesday and declared that same-sex couples who are legally married deserve equal rights to the benefits under federal law that go...more
DON'T GET CAUGHT WITH YOUR LCA PANTS DOWN: U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Wage and Hour Division, Continues to Conduct H-1B Audits and Investigations.
Employers who hire H-1B professional and specialty occupation...more
David H. Nachman, Esq., one of the Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C.'s Managing Attorneys, attended the Annual American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Conference in San Francisco, California. At the...more
On April 11, 2013, the AILA Verification and Documentation Liaison Committee met with the USCIS Verification Division and with ICE Homeland Security Investigations regarding the implementation of the new I-9 Form....more
The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed the Immigration Reform Bill which was a key step towards solving the problem that has bedeviled the nation for decades.
That was noteworthy in itself, but what was truly encouraging...more
As the U.S. "Immigration Reform Storm" continues to advance, it is clear that reform legislation still has a long way to go. While it is true that the Senate Judiciary Committee "did a good job" (and we...more
Yes, Senate Judiciary Committee did a good job on Immigration Reform Bill. Gail Collins in his NY Times Article said, “Immigration reform has been the 2013 bipartisan bright spot in the Senate, unless you were really moved by...more
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