Trump says immigration order will apply only to green cards and will last 60 days
President Donald Trump said Tuesday his forthcoming executive order barring new immigration will apply only to people seeking green cards, last 60 days and won’t affect workers entering the country on a temporary basis.
H-1B visa and coronavirus: Application processing delayed
Citizenship and Immigration pledges it will strive to process especially time-sensitive applications ‘as efficiently as possible.’
USCIS Disputes Improperly Denying 900 H-1B Visa Registrations
Evidence indicates due to problems in the agency’s new system USCIS denied 900 professionals a chance to be selected in the H-1B lottery.
Judges Slap Down USCIS Again On H-1B Visas
Three new court rulings against USCIS may bring increased certainty adjudicators will follow the law when deciding on H-1B petitions.
AILA Files Lawsuit Against USCIS to Allow Automatic Extensions in Coronavirus • USA
AILA files lawsuit against USCIS in District court asking to allow automatic H1B, L visa extensions until Trump ends emergency. Add extra 90 days after COVID-19 ends.
Court Invalidates Key Trump Administration H-1B Visa Policies
A federal judge repudiated a major part of Donald Trump’s immigration policies by invalidating USCIS-imposed restrictions on H-1B visas.
Software Engineer’s H-1B Visa Wrongly Denied, Judge Rules
Software provider InspectionXpert Corp. will get another chance at hiring a “quality engineer” on a temporary high-skilled visa, following a federal judge’s ruling that the company’s H-1B petition was unreasonably denied.
Neufeld memo: US Court scraps old memo used to deny H-1B visas
The US court for the District of Columbia invalidated what is known as the ’Neufeld Memo used since 2010 by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to establish an employee-employer relationship, in order to delay or deny work permits to technology workers, a majority of whom are Indian …