Two Blogs, One Source – Connect Via RSS Feed or Newsletter

Our longtime readers will likely notice the recent facelift to our blog pages.  It’s the same great content for both our HR readers and our Attorney readers all simplified and published on one site.  For new readers, welcome!

I-9 and E-Verify Blog

Catch up on the latest news and legal updates related to the Form I-9, I-9 procedures, questions and answers, as well as E-Verify legal developments state by state and nationally. Read anecdotes and cautionary tales from HR representatives and immigration attorneys.  Read about what changes the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) is implementing to the Form I-9 and the federal E-Verify System.  How will using the E-Verify System impact business processes?  Hear from immigration attorneys about when ICE is conducting another wave of Form I-9 audits.

Case Management Guru Blog

The Case Management Blog provides the latest updates in immigration law impacting immigration attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representatives.  What best practice solutions work for immigration practitioners?  How does proposed legislation impact immigration practitioners?  Where can practitioners find resources to further their operations and streamline their practice?  Find it on the Case Management Guru Blog.

Subscribing to the RSS Feed

Rich Site Summary (sometimes called really simple syndication), also known as “RSS”, allows readers who subscribe to multiple publications to aggregate and access those publications on a standardized format for their reading pleasure.  It’s much easier than checking individual websites frequently for updated postings.  In fact, many of our readers subscribe to our RSS feed as a simplified way of accessing our blog articles the moment they are published.

Signing up for RSS feeds for both of our blogs is easy.  Here are some simple instructions depending on the web browser being used.  (Instructions may vary depending on operating systems and versions of web browsers).

  • Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari

Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari web browsers have built in capabilities for distributing RSS feeds directly to readers.  Readers need only visit our main blog page here.  On the right sidebar, select the RSS feed for either our Electronic I-9 Posts or our Immigration Case Management Posts.
– Internet Explorer users may add the feed to their Favorites Center.

– Firefox users may add the feed as a Live Bookmark.

– Safari users will have the opportunity to add the feed as a bookmark.

Once completed, our articles should automatically be directed into the RSS feed on a regular basis.

 

  • Chrome

Unfortunately, Google Chrome web browser currently does not have a built-in RSS reader (and it recently discontinued its Google Reader service in 2013).  Thus, clicking on our RSS feed pages will result in a page that contains only code. Instead, readers using the Chrome web browser wishing to subscribe to our RSS feeds but will first need to download an extension onto their Google web browser.  A few extensions are available online at the Chrome web store, including Google’s RSS Subscription Extension, available here.  After downloading the extension, visit our RSS feed page for our Electronic I-9 Posts or our Immigration Case Management Posts and then proceed from there.

Newsletter

Another way to keep updated automatically is to sign up for our newsletter. Receive recent articles, event updates, practice tips and interesting tidbits directly to your inbox.