At a USCIS panel I attended some months ago that was held as part of the California Chapter AILA conference, a USCIS panelist introduced a new acronym to represent the Agency’s customer outreach goals in the upcoming year. ICE T: Integrity, Consistency, Efficiency (and) Transparency (No pun I believe was intended by the obvious reference [...]
Tag: "immigration case management"
[Editor's Note: today's blog is courtesy of Paul Zulkie of Zulkie Partners LLC] Experienced business immigration practitioners are familiar with (and often sleepwalk through) the 4th Labor Condition Application (LCA) requirement concerning the Notice of Filing. In an area dominated by paperwork, the Notice of Filing is often prepared and sent manually either by copying the [...]
Busy immigration practitioners often operate under extraordinary pressure and time constraints. Finding efficient ways of completing time sensitive tasks, information gathering and communication with clients is vital to the success of the practice. In the rush for more efficient communications, it’s easy for practitioners to forget the security needs of their clients. Choosing the right [...]
Many software applications on the market today enable users to customize certain elements of the program to create a distinct look and feel that is uniquely their own. This may include the ability to modify graphics, screen layout, and fonts (the “look”), as well as the underlying content and writing style (the “feel”). Who hasn’t [...]
Prior to the advent of electronic case management systems and computer systems in general, the typical lawyer and paralegal team operated in a paper-centric environment. Case files and forms were managed from within heavy manila folders with either a summary sheet or perhaps even sticky notes (containing important details about the case) pasted haphazardly to [...]