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I’m an Employer and I hear there’s a new fee rule. Which USCIS fees apply to me?

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  On January 31, 2024, USCIS published a fee rule, increasing the fees on most applications, adding an Asylum Program fee for certain applications, and creating a fee structure for certain employment-based applications, based on the type of organization or the size of the organization. These new fees took effect on April 1, 2024, and can be confusing to understand. This blog will break down some of the FAQs on the...
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HOT OFF THE PRESSES: STATESIDE VISA RENEWAL PILOT PROGRAM WILL LAUNCH IN 2024!

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On December 21, 2023, the Department of State finally announced the launch of its Stateside Renewal Visa Program. With this program, a limited number of H-1B status and visa holders can renew their visas within the United States without having to travel outside of the United States. At this time, the pilot program is available only to H-1B visa renewals for individuals who previously applied for their H-1B visa in India...
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DHS PROPOSES NEW H-1B REGULATIONS IN AN EFFORT TO MODERNIZE THE PROGRAM AND DETER FRAUD

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On October 20, 2023, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the H-1B Specialty Occupation Program. With these proposed rules, DHS hopes to modernize the program “by streamlining eligibility requirements, improving program efficiency, providing greater benefits and flexibilities for employers and workers, and strengthening integrity measures.” The 94-page NPRM revises much of the H-1B program from start to finish, including the registration process...
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FAMILY REUNIFICATION PAROLE PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE TO NATONALS OF COLOMBIA, EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, HONUDRAS, CUBA, AND HAITI

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On July 7, 2023, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the implementation of a new Family Reunification Parole (FRP) process for nationals from Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras who have approved I-130s filed by U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) family members in the United States. These countries join Cuba and Haiti, who already have FRP processes in place since 2007, and 2014 respectively. For the past...
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