U.S. Immigration Updates- Week of November 14, 2022

E-Verify Reminds Employers to Terminate Former Employees’ Accounts E-Verify recently reminded employers and program administrators that an E-Verify user’s access “must be promptly terminated upon separation from your organization.” A good practice, E-Verify said, is to review and update existing users whenever staffing changes occur and also on a regular basis. User accounts should be …

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FGI Recognized by US News and World Report – Best Lawyers as a Best Law Firm for 2023

Fakhoury Global Immigration is proud to announce that we have been recognized by US News and World Report – Best Lawyers as a Best Law Firm for 2023. The 2023 Edition of US News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” recognizes the most elite firms across the nation, identified for their professional excellence with consistently …

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Multinational Managers and I-140 Petitions

Priscilla Jones Fakhoury Global Immigration INA Section 203(b)(1)(C) relates to evidence of what constitutes a multinational manager for purposes of petitioning for permanent residence status. According to 8 C.F.R. Section 204.5 Petitions for Employment-based immigrants, the USCIS regulations state:   A United States employer may file a petition on form I-140 for the classification of an …

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Wagering on PERM!

Joel Stewart If the law is an art and not a science, PERM is a gamble and not an art. Uncertainty is prevalent throughout PERM processing, starting with the request for prevailing wage. The PERM Rule provides that a Prevailing Wage Determination (PWD) may be requested either before or after recruitment has begun. Most employers …

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October 19, 2021 Newsletter Powered by ABIL

State Dept. Announces Changes in Vaccination Requirements for Immigrants and Certain Nonimmigrants The Department of State (DOS) announced that effective October 1, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Technical Instructions for panel physicians is requiring all immigrant visa applicants, all K fiancé(e) visa applicants, and nonimmigrant visa applicants who are referred to …

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