Do you own a private or public business or company with at least 25 employees? If so, you may need to know about the recently passed Florida Bill 1718 by the state legislature. If signed, this senate bill will require employers like you to verify your new employees’ employment eligibility through the E-Verify system. The […]
Hiring an international student can be uncharted territory for many employers. Berd & Klauss, PLLC, Manhattan’s knowledgeable immigration law firm, offers some insight into this area:
Millions of immigrants dream of attaining American citizenship and all the rights and responsibilities it entails. The process of naturalization is long and complex, which is why many rely on the advice of a skilled immigration lawyer, who will ensure the proper steps are followed and all documentation is submitted correctly.
For the past two years, immigration law officials have suspended premium processing for new H-1B visa petitions to make the workload more manageable. However, USCIS has recently announced that expedited service will be available to new applicants filing in the FY2020 lottery, as well as those petitioning for a change in status. To effectively manage the influx of petitions, USCIS will be instituting a two-phase system, beginning on April 1, 2019.