Immigration

The United States is a nation of immigrants, but the US is also a nation with vacillating attitudes towards immigrants and a legal system that reflects those changing attitudes.  

Immigration coverage on the National Law Review includes employment immigration requirements, ranging from visa applications to specialty occupation matters, and various immigration programs like the EB-5 program. Additionally, individuals can find information that might impact their immigration status, such as updates on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the Green Card and Permanent Residency Program, as well as information on Temporary Protected Status eligibility for various nations.

In order to effectively cover Immigration policy, The National Law Review provides news on USCIS policies and the monthly State Department Visa Bulletin with updates on visa categories.  NLR also covers visa application requirements, including interview requirements and other compliance changes, as well as changes and updates to visa processing times.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Actions, including information on ICE workplace raids, including state-specific legislation for employers stipulating compliance limitations with federal ICE officers.

Legal articles governing immigration issues which pertain to employees and employers are a mainstay of coverage. From the E-verify program to I-9 compliance, H-1B visas, and other “specialty visa” programs, readers can learn about the latest developments.

In today’s uncertain immigration environment, one can find the latest information available on immigration changes.   NLR covers issues such as the Trump Administration’s Immigration policies, including chain migration, executive orders, and DACA reform, and other information about various immigration actions, including Trump’s Travel Bans, winding their way through the Circuit Courts and the Supreme Court.

Visitors to the National Law Review can also learn about the latest agency news related to immigration. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of Labor (DOL), and United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are among the agencies which are covered under immigration law news on the National Law Review’s site.

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Jul
15
2024
India | Fast Track Program Launched Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
15
2024
Employers Get Ready: I-9 Fine Increases Are Here — and More I-9 Inspections Are on the Horizon Foley & Lardner LLP
Jul
12
2024
Beltway Buzz, July 12, 2024 Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Jul
12
2024
DHS Extends Temporary Protected Status for Yemen to Mar. 3, 2026 Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jul
12
2024
August 2024 Visa Bulletin – With 1 Month Left in the Fiscal Year, a Snoozefest Hunton Andrews Kurth
Jul
12
2024
August 2024 Visa Bulletin Shows Minor Forward Movement in EB-2 and EB-3 India Final Action Dates Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Jul
11
2024
Ireland | Employment Permits Act 2024 approved Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
11
2024
Episode 81: H-1B Second Lottery, Kelly Clarkson and Other SHRM24 Hot Topics [Podcast] Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
11
2024
White House Extends Eligibility for Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberians Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jul
10
2024
United States | August Visa Bulletin Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
10
2024
Supreme Court Reaffirms Federal Courts Lack Authority to Review Visa Denials Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jul
10
2024
Australia | Visa Application Fees Increased Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
10
2024
United States | DHS Extends Yemen’s TPS for 18 Months Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
10
2024
Denmark | Latest Positive Lists Released Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
10
2024
South Africa | Temporary Concession for Certain Visa, Waiver Applications Extended Again Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
9
2024
United States | PERM, Prevailing Wage Processing Updates as of July 1 Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
9
2024
U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Landmark Administrative Law Precedent: Implications for Immigration Law Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jul
9
2024
DHS Proposes Higher 9-11 Response & Biometric Entry-Exit Fee for H-1B, L-1 Visas Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jul
9
2024
Chinese Premier's Australia Visit – Key Takeaways for Business K&L Gates
Jul
8
2024
Philippines | Online System Established for Temporary Visitor Visa Extensions Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
8
2024
Australia | Extended Grace Period for Job Changes Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
7
2024
EB-5 Filing Strategies: Continued Immigrant Visa Availability Under the RIA’s Set-Aside Categories Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jul
3
2024
United States | Supreme Court Overturn of Chevron Doctrine Could Impact Immigration Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
1
2024
United States | D.C. Appellate Court Reverses Lower Court Rulings in Diversity Visa Cases Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
1
2024
Hong Kong | Old Hong Kong Identity Cards Invalidated Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
1
2024
Netherlands | EU Blue Card Policy Changes Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jul
1
2024
United States | DHS Extends Haiti’s TPS for 18 Months Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jun
28
2024
Old North State Report – June 28, 2024 Nelson Mullins
Jun
28
2024
Temporary Protected Status Extended for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Sudan Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jun
28
2024
DHS Extends Temporary Protected Status for Haiti to Feb. 2026 Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jun
27
2024
Episode 80: What Employers Told Us About Immigration and the Presidential Election [Podcast] Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jun
27
2024
Supreme Court Upholds Consular Discretion in Visa Denials Hunton Andrews Kurth
Jun
26
2024
Biden Administration Announces New Process to Promote the Unity and Stability of Families and Ease the Visa Process for U.S. College Graduates, Including Dreamers Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jun
26
2024
European Union | Temporary Protection for Ukrainian Refugees Extended Berry Appleman & Leiden
Jun
26
2024
United States | AIC Special Report Notes 65% Growth in H-2 a Workers in US Agricultural Sector Berry Appleman & Leiden
 

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