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Late last month, the Justice Department announced that it was settling its lawsuit against the state of Alabama’s House Bill 56 provisions. On November, 25th, the Justice Department
In past articles, we’ve talked a lot about preparing for I-9 audits, which are conducted by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. Yet, the Justice Department plays just as
Earlier this month, USCIS announced a policy change that would
Today’s article is authored by Bruce Buchanan, Attorney at Siskind Susser, PC in Nashville, Tennessee.
Immigrants to the U.S. face many unique challenges, particularly when they are new to our culture, unfamiliar with the laws, and don’t speak English well or at all. It’s not uncommon for many
Yesterday was a step forward for the E-Verify System. Critics and proponents of the system have always lamented that the system did not prevent unauthorized individuals from using valid documents
In August 2013, one Illinois employment lawyer learned the hard way how NOT to respond online to a bad client review. The attorney had received a bad review by a former client on an online review
Last Thursday, November 7, LawLogix conducted a webinar “Key Tactics and
One of the perks of writing a widely read industry blog is meeting all the experts far and wide who practice immigration law. Today, we get a unique glimpse into everything you wanted to know
With government resuming most of its functions prior to the shutdown, it seems the press has returned to writing about E-Verify’s flaws (and
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