July 28, 2020

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US Employers with international workers who submitted an application for employment authorization that has been approved by USCIS, but your employee has not receive their Employment Authorization Document (EAD), it’s time to reach out to those employees immediately.

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July 27, 2020

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In spite of being approximately 97% funded by Fees, USCIS announced it was issuing 13,000 furlough notices to USCIS employees, which would essentially shut down the agency.  The furloughs were originally to go into effect on August 3, and according to the agency, this was due to lack of sufficient funds to operat...

July 21, 2020

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USCIS has been delaying issuance of approved work permits.  This means that employees are unable to produce approved work permits in time for I-9 updates.  

US Employers also need to be aware of USCIS printing delays that are causing employment authorized individuals to not receive their documents on time even thou...

June 11, 2020

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Federal Regulations require US Employers to set up a Public Access File documenting compliance with obligations set out in Employers’ Labor Condition Applications (LCAs) that are filed as part of many Employer sponsored work visas.  The government conducts random audits to ensure compliance with the LCA requirements, and th...

June 9, 2020

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U.S. Employers need to know that in some situations their workers’ passports may limit their work authorization

When an international employee of a US business applied for a work visa based on an approved US employer’s petition at a US Consulate abroad, the consular officer will usually look at two dates:

  1. The dates on the...

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