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Article Published in The Florida Bar Journal

I was pleased to see my article titled. “Breaking It All Down: Employers’ Sanctions Under Immigration Law and OCAHO Litigation” was featured in the September/October issue of The Florida Bar Journal.  Click here to read the article.

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Marks Gray September Immigration Update is Released

Marks Gray’s September Immigration Update has been released. Click here to read the latest news in Immigration Reform, E-Verify and the October Visa Bulletin.

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Marks Gray August Immigration Update is Released

USCIS Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions! In July, Sec. Napolitano stated “…effective immediately, I have directed USCIS to review immigration visa petitions filed on behalf of a same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed on behalf of an opposite-sex spouse.” Click here to read more

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Marks Gray’s August Immigration Update is Released

USCIS Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Petitions: In July, Sec. Napolitano stated “…effective immediately, I have directed USCIS to review immigration visa petitions filed on behalf of a same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed on behalf of an opposite-sex spouse. Click here to read the Update in its entirety.

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Meeting Florida Senator Marco Rubio

Speaking at a recent Jacksonville’s Rotary Club meeting, Florida Senator Marco Rubio was not at a loss for words as he spoke about his  disapproval for the affordable care act also known as ‘Obamacare’ to the citizens of Jacksonville. He also highlighted the need for immigration reform, a subject featured by me in my blogs, newsletters and public speaking engagements. Click here to see a photo

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Department of Justice Release Discrimination Video

The  Department of Justice (DOJ) signed an agreement with the National Labor Relations Board to better coordinate and share information over potential employment discrimination practices. At the same time, the DOJ released an educational video about discrimination in employment eligibility verification. The video is intended to a provide information to employers avoid charges of employment discrimination relating to the employment verification Form I-9 process and E-Verify.  The video addresses issues often encountered during the verification […]

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