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USCIS’s upcoming New Fee Structure

We thought we would provide you with a simplified overview of the unbelievable increase in fees via this link. As you can see, the incentive is to do online filings. While the premium processing fee will increase on February 26th, the remaining fees will take effect...

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H-1B CAP Program Enhancements 

As you may be aware, USCIS has recently implemented a final rule to bolster the integrity of the H-1B registration process, preventing fraud and ensuring fairness. The rule establishes a beneficiary-centric selection process, providing equal chances for all, and...

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Domestic Visa Renewal Pilot for H-1B Visa Holders

As you may have seen reported, on January 29, 2024, the United States State Department launched a groundbreaking pilot program that allows eligible H-1B visa holders to renew their visas from within the United States. We have been receiving many inquiries relating to...

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March 2024 Visa Bulletin

On February 12, 2024, USCIS announced that applicants must use the Final Action dates chart from DOS’s March 2024 Visa Bulletin to determine eligibility for filing employment-based adjustment of status applications in March 2024. In previous months, USCIS had allowed...

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USCIS to Launch Organizational Accounts, Enabling Online Collaboration and Submission of H-1B Registrations and Introduce Online Filing for I-129 H-1B Petitions and H-1B I-907 Premium Processing Service

In a groundbreaking move, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is poised to revolutionize the H-1B cap season with a host of customer experience improvements. These measures, set to be introduced for the fiscal year 2025 H-1B cap season, aims to...

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  • Over 150 Orgs Warn Biden Asylum Ban Would 'Stain' Legacy February 23, 2024
    More than 150 organizations warned President Joe Biden that his administration was embracing policies that mirror those of former President Donald Trump, citing what they said has been a shift to cruel immigration policies from when Biden first took office.
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