July Sizzles with Immigration Rule Change


July 2007 will be a hot month for immigration law, with significant Department of State, Department of Homeland Security and Department of Labor rule changes going into effect.

Department of Homeland Security Announces Immigration Filing Fee Increase; File by July 28, 2007, to Avoid Increase.

State Department Announces Jump Forward in Immigrant Visa Priority Dates, Effective July 1, 2007; Speeds Up Last Phase of Green Card Process, but Expect Backlogs After July.

Department of Labor Rules Restrict Employees From Paying for Their Own Labor Certification and Other DOL Rule Changes, Effective July 16, 2007.

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