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The Verification Conundrum for Florida Employers: to E-Verify or not to E-Verify

In January, Florida’s new E-Verify law went into effect, ushering in yet another new compliance requirement for HR managers to […]

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H-1B Registration Revisited – Top 10 Lessons Learned for 2021

For many immigration practitioners and employers, H-1B cap season approaches like a tidal wave – initially calm, almost routine, but […]

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Flexible I-9 Rules Extended Once Again, until March 31, 2021

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has once again extended their remote I-9 inspection policy (to March 31, 2021) as […]

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Congress extends legalization program for Liberian nationals until December 20, 2021

In the waning days of 2020, Liberian immigrants seeking permanent resident status in the US received some very good news. […]

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I-9 Practice Alert: employers can now accept expired green cards with qualifying I-797…

Today, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that starting in January 2021 they will replace the sticker […]

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USCIS releases new DACA statistics as first-time applicants gear up for 2021

By any measure, the last few years have been challenging for immigration advocates, including the many who support the so-called […]

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E-Verify starts off the new year with technical challenges

Updated: Wednesday, January 6 For the last two days, HR and hiring managers across the country have encountered a broad […]

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USCIS publishes new I-9 guidance for employees with extended DACA work authorization

Today, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued new I-9 guidance that will impact how employers document (and […]

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DHS Extends I-9 Virtual Verification Policy until January 31, 2021

Just in time for the holidays, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today announced yet another extension of its flexible […]

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