Under the current immigration law, it is very important to stay legal in the United States. Once you come into the US legally, you should try to stay legal. Unless you are legally here, you will not be able to get or extend your driver’s license or state identification card.Details
Since its inception in 2004, FDNS has conducted inspections and collected data regarding benefit fraud of nonimmigrant visas. A report entitled H-1B Benefit Fraud & Compliance Assessment (BFCA) was released in September of 2008 with the findings of these prior investigations. The BFCA found a 21% baseline fraud and technical violation(s) rate for H-1B petitions and FDNS indicated that given the significant vulnerability, procedural changes would be forthcoming.Details
How Do I become A US citizen?
Starting October 1, 2008, the USCIS has changed the testing format for naturalization. How do you know which version of the test you will take? Those applicants who apply before October 1, 2008 and whose interview is AFTER October 1, 2008 may choose between the old and the new test.Details
The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unit announced on July 1, 2009 that six hundred fifty-two (652) employers throughout the country are receiving I-9 Notice of Inspections (NOIs). ICE is the federal agency responsible for investigating employers for immigration worksite violations and the NOIs require employers to provide copies to ICE of the Form I-9s and supporting documents of all employees by a specified date.Details
The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act WAS PASSED in October 2000 and established a “U” nonimmigrant visa. This is a temporary visa that is set-aside for victims of crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse due to one of the enumerated crimes.Details
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Source: Immigration Updates