Immigration Reform Visa Caps

Immigration Reform is a term commonly used to refer to comprehensive efforts to address limitations, deficiencies and inequalities within a country's immigration policies and systems. In the United States,... more +
Immigration Reform is a term commonly used to refer to comprehensive efforts to address limitations, deficiencies and inequalities within a country's immigration policies and systems. In the United States, the term is often used to describe legislative efforts to remedy problems associated with illegal immigration, including protecting undocumented workers, expanding citizenship eligibility, and strengthening border security.   less -
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What Happened to Immigration Reform?

After years of debate over comprehensive immigration reform, it appears that – at least according to some reports – immigration reform is “officially dead.” At least any kind of House-approved immigration reform, that...more

H-1B Cap for Fiscal Year 2015 Has Been Reached

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on Monday, April 7, 2014 that it had received enough H-1B petitions to meet the cap for fiscal year 2015 (which is the period October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2015)....more

Immigration Alert: April 2013

In This Issue: Comprehensive Immigration Reform Debate Begins! USCIS Reports That H-1B Cap Is Reached in First Week; New Form I-9 Becomes Effective on May 7, 2013; CBP Announces Form I-94 Automation; DOS Permits Access to...more

Expand paths for legal immigration

It's time for both Democrats and Republicans to recognize the many compelling reasons for overhauling our current immigration system. Start with the economic arguments, which are overwhelming. Our high-tech visa...more

Immigration Reform 2013—Update

In the February/March 2013 issue of the Immigration eAuthority, we outlined the respective proposals for immigration reform put forward by both the President and a bipartisan group of eight senators. We also noted that...more

Immigration Law Alert - April 2013

A number of current immigration matters deserve your attention and consideration: 1. USCBP Announces the Advent of the Paperless Form I-94 for Air and Sea Arrivals, Effective April 26, 2013. 2. Immigration Reform –...more

Employers and Employees: Take Note of Senate’s Immigration Reform Bill

The bipartisan bill on immigration reform introduced in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday of this past week does not even have a number assigned to it yet, but already it has drawn more attention and support than any prior attempt...more

Senate Releases Sweeping Immigration Reform Bill

Following are some highlights for the comprehensive bipartisan immigration reform bill introduced in the Senate on April 17, 2013. H-1B Cap Raised, but New Restrictions on Temporary H-1B Workers. In an effort promote...more

Separation of Families Under U.S. Immigration Law

On March 14th, the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary hosted a hearing on The Separation of Nuclear Families under U.S. Immigration Law, to discuss the issues relating to the hurdles that many legal permanent residents in...more

Immigration Reform: Blarney or Bona Fide?

Spurred in large part by President Obama's re-election and the strong support he received from Hispanic voters, leaders in both parties are seriously discussing immigration reform. Among others, a bipartisan group of eight...more

Spring Cleaning and the H - 1B Visa Cap

With comprehensive immigration reform on the horizon and the economy rebounding, the number of H-1B visa filings for foreign temporary professional workers is likely to significantly increase this year. American businesses...more

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