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Employment Authorization for Certain H-4 Visa Holders
Employment Authorization for Certain H-4 Visa Holders

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appears to be making good on one of the promises made by the President when he announced immigration executive action last fall. USCIS Director Leon Rodriguez announced yesterday that the DHS will extend work authorization to certain ...

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Blog posts in February, 2015

  • Republicans Take Aim at Hispanics

    In a dazzling display of anti-Hispanic fervor, the Republican Party has orchestrated a lawsuit filed by Republican governors aimed directly at ...

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  • Injunction Against Executive Action

    On February 16, 2015, a Texas district court judge issued an injunction against the President’s executive action on prosecutorial discretion, ...

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  • DOL Pursues Modernized Labor Certification Process

    Before a U.S. employer may bring a worker permanently to the United States the Secretary of Labor has to certify to the Secretaries of Homeland ...

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  • Immigration Reform and Orlando's Economic Recovery

    As has been addressed by my other colleagues, President Obama recently announced his plans for reforming our immigration system through taking ...

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  • Avoid Immigration Scams

    As an immigration attorney in the Orlando, Florida area, I pride myself in helping clients with many different types of immigration issues. I visit ...

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  • Avoid Notario Fraud

    Don't trust your immigration status and your future to those who are not authorized or qualified to walk you through the complicated and daunting ...

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  • H-1b Visas 2015. READY - SET - GO

    The H-1b visa category is set aside for applicants in specialty occupations who have earned at least a bachelors degree or its equivalent and who have ...

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