USCIS Expands Worksite Inspections to the L-1 Program

The L-1 category applies to aliens who work for a foreign company that has a parent, subsidiary, branch, or affiliate office in the U.S. These workers can enter the U.S. as intracompany transferees who are coming temporarily to perform services in either 1) a managerial or executive capacity (L-1A) or 2) a specialized knowledge (L-1B) capacity as long as they were employed abroad for the parent,...
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DOS Releases March 2014 Visa Bulletin

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) released its March 2014 Visa Bulletin.  The Visa Bulletin sets forth per country priority dates that regulate the ability of an individual to file an adjustment of status application or consular process at a U.S. Embassy.  Foreign nationals can file the adjustment application if their priority dates are prior to the cutoff dates specified by the DOS in...
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USCIS Revises Form N-400 Application for Naturalization

As part of its form improvements initiative, USCIS is releasing a revised Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. The revisions to Form N-400 provide USCIS with additional tools to make important eligibility determinations, present customers with clearer instructions, and incorporate technology that improves efficiency and accuracy for both USCIS and our customers. Although the form is now...
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