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Important Information and Updates Concerning Immigration Law

Change in the Accrual of Unlawful Presence for F, M and J Nonimmigrants

USCIS has issued a new memorandum modifying its policy in determining the accrual of unlawful presence for F nonimmigrant students, J nonimmigrant exchange visitors and M nonimmigrant vocational students.

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New Guidance on H-1B Petitions for Third-Party Site Workers

The H-1B specialty occupation visa process has undergone another overhaul, at least when it comes to third-party workers.

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The Senate's Failure to Secure a Deal for Dreamers

Even after their best chance at doing so, the Senate has failed in securing a DACA fix. What happens now?

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Public Charge Rulemaking Draft Expands Grounds for Inadmissibility

Before, only non-cash oriented government programs would be weighed in determining one's likely status as a public charge. A new rule may change that.

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Undocumented Business Owners Under U.S. Immigration Law

While any undocumented immigrant is subject to deportation, whether or not it is illegal for such an individual to own and operated his or her own business is a more complicated matter, and one that has not been adequately addressed.

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