In this issue: 1. USCIS Extends Flexibilities for Responding to Certain Agency Requests – The flexibilities apply if the issuance date listed on the request, notice, or decision is between March 1, 2020, and March 26, 2022, inclusive. USCIS said it will consider a response to such requests and notices received within 60 calendar days […]
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In this issue: 1. Biden Administration Increases Travel Restrictions in Response to New ‘Omicron’ Coronavirus Variant – In a rapidly developing situation, following new travel bans imposed on several countries, the Biden administration announced additional measures, effective December 6, 2021, including a requirement that inbound international passengers take a COVID-19 viral test within a day […]
In this issue: 1. GLOBAL – In a rapidly developing situation, several countries imposed travel bans quickly in response to the new “Omicron” coronavirus variant. As the pandemic situation remains fluid, travelers should check for the latest requirements before traveling. 2. CANADA – This article discusses recent developments in COVID-19-related border measures. 3. ITALY – […]
In this issue: 1. House Budget Reconciliation Bill Retains High-Skilled Immigrant Provisions, Would Impose Fee Increases – The House of Representatives’ draft social spending bill contains several immigration measures, including provisions paving the way for high-skilled scientists and engineers, and raising immigration-related fees. 2. CDC Issues Order for Negative Pre-Departure COVID-19 Test or Documentation of […]
In this issue: 1. Continuing Resolution to Fund Government Until December 3 Includes Provisions to Aid Afghans at Risk – The continuing resolution to keep the federal government open until December 3, 2021, was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Biden. 2. USCIS Releases Information for Afghans at Risk, Including Parolees Departing […]
In this issue: 1. SELF-EMPLOYMENT VISAS: AN OVERVIEW – This article provides an overview of self-employment visas in Italy and Turkey. 2. HEADLINE – This article discusses recent developments in COVID-19-related border measures. 3. ITALY – The Italian government announced changes to the posted workers notification procedure. 4. RUSSIA – Air travel has resumed between […]
In this issue: 1. State Dept. Releases Guidance on Immigrant Visa Prioritization – DOS released guidance on how its embassies and consulates are prioritizing immigrant visa applications as they work to reduce the backlog resulting from travel restrictions and operational constraints caused by the global COVID pandemic. 2. DHS Extends I-9 Flexibility to End of […]
In this issue: 1. CANADA – This article updates border measures for travelers entering Canada. 2. ITALY – Travelers from Canada, Japan, the United States, and list D countries no longer need a specific reason for entering Italy but must still meet requirements related to COVID-19 status. 3. RUSSIA – This article reports on developments […]
In this issue: 1. USCIS Conducts Second Random Selection From Previously Submitted FY 2022 H-1B Cap Registrations – On July 28, 2021, USCIS selected additional previously submitted electronic registrations using a random selection process. The petition filing period based on registrations selected on July 28 will begin on August 2 and close on November 3, […]
In this issue: 1. Biden Administration Kicks Off Cross-Agency Naturalization Campaign – The Biden administration announced an interagency campaign to promote naturalization “to all who are eligible.” 2. District Court Vacates Final Rule Affecting Wages for H-1B, PERM Workers; OFLC Updates Implementation – In light of delays and a June district court order vacating the […]
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