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CBP travel tips for your next trip abroad

CBP travel tips for your next trip abroad   International Travel Tips – CBP.gov  

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OSC Guidance

General contractors requiring subcontractor's employees to present original I-9 documentation could present a number of problems. "If a general contractor were to ask an employee of a subcontractor to produce such documents a second time, this could present a number

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CBP Expands Global Entry Eligibility

Great news that CBP has expanded its Global Entry program to include frequent travelers from the UK, Germany, Qatar and Korea! Originally shared by +Loke Walsh Immigration Law CBP Expands Global Entry Eligibility Global Entry is a U.S. Customs and

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September 2013 Visa Bulletin Is Out

Some good news for those of you with EB-3 priority dates. The Department of State's September Visa Bulletin shows a forward movement of 18 months except for EB-3 India and the Philippines. Originally shared by +Loke Walsh Immigration Law September

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September 2013 Visa Bulletin Is Out

The Visa Bulletin for September 2013 shows significant movement in EB-3 category. Most countries (except India and the Philippines) in this category advanced 18 months.  On the other hand, the priority date for EB-2 (India) stays strong and advances for

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CBP Expands Global Entry Eligibility

Global Entry is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program that allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon arrival in the United States.  "Citizens participating in Korea’s Smart Entry System (SES), Germany’s Automated and Biometrics-Supported Border Controls (ABG)

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Guidelines For Employers Requiring U.S. Degree From Applicants

OSC provides general guidelines to employers requiring U.S. degree from applicants to be selected for employment. "In Dalila Kamal-Griffin v, Cahill Gordon & Reindel, 3 OCAHO no, 568, 1641 (1993), an Administrative Law Judge held that a law firm did

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Guidelines For Employers Requiring U.S. Degree From Applicants

OSC provides general guidelines to employers requiring U.S. degree from applicants to be selected for employment. "In Dalila Kamal-Griffin v, Cahill Gordon & Reindel, 3 OCAHO no, 568, 1641 (1993), an Administrative Law Judge held that a law firm did

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USCIS Transfers Workload For Various Forms

"If your case was transferred, USCIS will send you a notice listing the transfer date and where your case will be processed. Your original receipt number will not change. You should reference your original receipt number and indicate your case

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Visa Guidelines for Same-Sex Couples

Today, the State Department hosted an online discussion through Google+ Hangout about visa processing for same-sex couples.  In case you missed it, here’s a recorded video of the Hangout. #immigrationupdates   #DOMA

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