Bloomberg Law: Upcoming H-1B Registration Process Still Fraught With Concerns

bloombergImmigration attorneys continue to have concerns about a new electronic registration process designed to make the H-1B visa application process easier, even as the government moves ever closer to implementing it.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services late Dec. 6 announced that the spring 2020 H-1B filing season will feature an electronic preregistration process. The new protocol, laid out in a January 2019 regulation, will allow employers to enter the annual lottery for the specialty occupation visas without having to prepare a full petition with supporting documentation until they are actually selected. Continue reading “Bloomberg Law: Upcoming H-1B Registration Process Still Fraught With Concerns”

From NC Policy Watch: Law professor: NC Courts need the power to protect the state’s immigrants from unlawful detention

Gettyimage-unlawfuldetentionOur North Carolina clients may be interested in this opinion piece by Kate Evans, clinical professor of law and director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at Duke University School of Law. Professor Evans is addressing a North Carolina Supreme Court case that is currently pending, which will decide whether immigrants detained unlawfully under state law by state officials can challenge their detention in the state’s courts.

Click here to read the full article in NC Policy Watch.