Navigating the Family Reunification Parole (FRP) processes? This article explains how to confirm your invitation for the FRP processes, who is eligible, and what steps to take for a successful application.
Can living apart from your spouse affect your chances of obtaining a green card through marriage? Discover how the United States immigration law views this complex issue, and learn about the necessary requirements to navigate this process successfully.
Visa and status are two fundamental concepts in immigration law that are often confused. While a visa allows you to seek entry into a foreign country, your status defines your legal standing in that country during your stay. Mastering these concepts can greatly assist your immigration journey.
This blog post covers obtaining a TN Visa approval for a Software Engineer, even with a closely related degree. Read on to discover the impressive testimony of our client who managed to navigate through the process successfully with the assistance of our legal team.
Asylum claims demand ample evidence and a comprehensive understanding of immigration law. Even with a seasoned immigration attorney, it’s an arduous journey. Learn why seeking legal counsel is a vital part of the asylum process.
The US Department of Labor (DOL) plays an essential role in managing foreign worker applications via its Office for Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC). They issue prevailing wage determinations (PWD) and permanent labor certifications (PERM) for international workforce members. It’s easy to follow the progression of your application via the Foreign Labor Application Gateway (FLAG). Keep in mind, processing periods for both PWD and PERM can fluctuate due to caseload and varying factors.
Get insights into who needs to secure work authorization for a US work visa, understand different visa categories and explore options for US temporary work visas.
The USCIS Administrative Appeals Office decision in Matter of Simeio Solutions, LLC significantly impacts H-1B petitioners and beneficiaries. This article delves into the implications of this ruling, detailing when an amended or new H-1B petition is required due to changes in the employee’s place of employment.