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My K1 Visa Journey in UAE (Abu Dhabi/Dubai)

Hi! Welcome to my blog! Dahil wala pa akong trabaho dito sa US, naisipan kong gumawa ng blog para sayo Kabayan! Ramdam kita,  alam kong naguguluhan ka paano uumpisahan ang K1 process sa UAE. 2,899 more words

UNITED STATES – Employers Must Use the New Form I-9 From 22 January 2017

Employers have until 22 January 2017 to incorporate the New Form I-9 into their onboarding processes.

The previous Form I-9 may continue to be used to verify the employment authorisation of new hires and to re-verify expiring employment authorisation until 21 January 2017. 28 more words

Immigration Alerts

New I-9 Form Required

By Deborah Petito, Esq.

U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (“USCIS”) has revised and issued a new I-9 Form effective November 14, 2016. Employers are required to have every new employee fill out Section 1 of the I-9 Form on their first day of hire and Section 2 of the I-9 Form within three (3) days of their hire.  347 more words

Labor & Employment Law

UNITED STATES – New USCIS Rule Amending Several Employment-Based and Non-Immigrant Visa Programs

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has recently announced amendments to certain regulations to improve US employers’ ability to recruit and retain high-skilled personnel. 49 more words

Immigration Alerts

Weekly Wishes: 1/14/17

You know the drill by now. Three wishes. Related to the past week. LETS GO

Mine are:

  • I wish that I hadn’t spent so much money on Boston Calling weekend passes for my fiance and I.
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Final Rule on Parole for International Start-Up Entrepreneurs 国际初创企业家假释最终规则发布,要不要申请?

The final rule is published on January 17, 2017, available online at Federal Register. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) encourages foreign entrepreneurs to create and develop start-up entities. 211 more words

US Visa


The Obama administration is ending an immigration policy allowing Cubans reaching US soil to apply for permanent residence after one year. The policy, available to Cubans only, was first put in place by the Clinton administration in 1996. 19 more words