Check out what has happened in February at our firm and in the wider immigration legal world, as well as what's to come in March!
KLF: February News
February 1, 2023: Quoted in Forbes Article
Attorney Noah Klug is quoted in a Forbes article that discusses a Texas bill that will prohibit property ownership by immigrants and visa holders from China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia. In the article, Noah addresses questions about the bill and discusses how its vagueness would affect many types of immigrants, from F1 students to green card holders, who are citizens of the four countries.
February 2, 2023: We're on Facebook
We joined Facebook and have been posting about our team members as part of our “Meet the Team” series. In our posts, we highlight a team member's experience, background, expertise, and education.
February 22, 2023: Atlanta Council on International Relations Luncheon
Attorney Cheryl Geiser attended the Atlanta Council on International Relations luncheon where they discussed the New Strategic NATO Challenges In An Era of Information and Disinformation Warfare.
February 23, 2023: Virtual Round Table
Attorney Noah Klug spoke at a virtual round table for US & Global Immigration Updates hosted by K2 Corporate Mobility.
KLF: Upcoming in March
We are excited for Adam Shpolyansky to join our team as a Business Immigration Paralegal.
Adam has three years of experience in business immigration law. He has worked with thousands of foreign nationals to help them navigate the complicated and evolving world of U.S. Immigration, and he has first-hand experience with immigration, as he is a refugee from Ukraine.
2024 H-1B Cap Registration Period Begins
USCIS announced that the initial registration period for the fiscal year 2024 H-1B cap will open noon (EST) on March 1st and remain open through noon (EST) on March 17th. Our firm is available to assist your company with submitting H-1B lottery registrations for your employees as our elite team of professionals have many years of experience preparing and filing H-1B petitions and have successfully assisted clients across the globe with the H-1B cap registration process in recent years. We take pride in our caring approach extending to clients navigating the H-1B Cap Registration process and H-1B Petition filings in general. Click here for our client alert on this USCIS announcement.
State Department Plans Pilot for Domestic Visa Renewal
Later this year, the US State Department will launch a pilot program offering US stateside visa renewal options for H-1B and L-1 workers who need to travel abroad. Stateside visa renewals will be an option for H and L visa holders who are first-time applicants seeking appointments at US consular offices. It could eventually expand to other visa holders. Click here for our client alert on the domestic visa renewal.
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