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Increasing uncertainty and unpredictability in H-1B adjudications Last week, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) received 201,011 H-1B petitions subject to the annual cap for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020. The Agency confirmed that on April 10, 2019, it completed its computer-generated selection process to select sufficient H-1B petitions to meet both the regular cap of 65,000 petitions and the advanced degree (master’s) cap of 20,000 petitions. In light of these numbers, employers have just over a 40%
Two Top Honors -  David Kolko, Kolko & Casey, P.C. - Denver Colorado Kolko and Casey, P.C. announces the 2019 selection of Managing Attorney, David Kolko for two esteemed honors in the field of immigration law, from both 5280 Magazine and Super Lawyers. Both these recognitions, which are based upon recommendations from peers in the immigration legal field, confirm what we already know: That we are fortunate for the experience and dedication of David Kolko at the head of our firm. For the fourth
TPS Extended through January 2, 2020 for El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua & Sudan On February 28, 2019 the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for individuals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan until January 2, 2020. TPS beneficiaries from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan who properly re-registered during the most recent Registration period DO NOT need to file a new application for re-registration. The extension automatically extends TPS for individuals from those four countries to
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Strike! Rights and responsibilities of H-1B employers and employees during a labor strike In the event of a labor strike, it is important that both H-1B employees and employers understand their respective rights and responsibilities. Rights of H-1B Employees Generally speaking, in order to maintain valid H-1B status in the United States, an H-1B employee is required to remain employed with her H-1B employer, under the terms set forth in the H-1B petition. In the absence of a strike, a failure to remain employed
2019 Brings Changes to Firm Ownership and Firm Name: Kolko & Casey, P.C. David Kolko and Jennifer Casey are both very pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2019, our law firm, Kolko & Associates, P.C., has changed its name to Kolko & Casey, P.C.  With the addition of Jennifer Casey to the ownership team, the firm is continuing its evolution for the future.  With seven attorneys and extensive legal experience in the field of U.S. Immigration Law, the firm will continue to serve

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Kolko & Casey, P.C. is a full service immigration and naturalization law firm providing professional legal services to individuals and businesses throughout Colorado, the Rocky Mountain West, the United States, and the World. Our professional staff speaks English, Spanish, Korean, and Portuguese and we can arrange for translators in any other language.