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Employment Authorization for Certain Abused Nonimmigrant Spouses

Employment Authorization for Certain Abused Nonimmigrant Spouses

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Employment-Based Immigration

Employment Authorization for Certain Abused Nonimmigrant Spouses If you were admitted to the United States as the spouse of an A, E-3, G, or H nonimmigrant who has abused you, you may be eligible for employment authorization. Provisions added to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) by the Violence Against Women and Department of… Read More »

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Applying for a Green Card Through Your Employer

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Adjustment of Status, Employment-Based Immigration

Applying for a Green Card Through Your Employer: employment-based permanent residence The employment-based permanent residence process is generally comprised of three phases: PERM Labor Certification: Recruitment and Prevailing Wage Determination I-140 Application for Immigrant Visa and Proof of Ability to Pay I-485 Adjustment of Status The PERM labor certification: The PERM labor certification includes… Read More »

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Pending Asylum Applications and Employment Authorization Document (EAD)

Pending Asylum Applications and Employment Authorization Document (EAD) On June 26, 2020, DHS issued regulations that will take effect on August 25, 2020, that will make it much more difficult for those with pending asylum applications to obtain an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). The new rules will: Increase the waiting time from 150 days… Read More »

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Business Immigration to United States top new york immigration lawyer

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Employment-Based Immigration

Overview of Business Immigration to the United States. Current U.S. immigration law allows people who have skills and talents needed in the United States to be admitted to the United States to work on a temporary or permanent basis. The following provides a basic overview of the current employment-based immigration system. Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visas… Read More »

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Employment-Based Immigration

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Employment-Based Immigration

As a small business owner, you will probably need to hire some employees in order for your business to succeed. Finding good candidates can be a difficult task. Add the various anti-discrimination laws, payroll taxes, and other regulations, and you might feel stressed out by the prospect of hiring employees. Sometimes, there isn’t an… Read More »

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