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USCIS Plans for a New Form I-9

The latest Form I-9 just went into full effect on January 22, 2017, but there’s another Form I-9 in the works already! USCIS planned to issue the new form by July 17th, 2017. However, the new administration put a freeze on all new regulations, so it may be delayed until September 17, 2017 or later. Here’s what you can expect from the new release. Why is there a new revision already? The revision was primarily […]

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Top Occupations, States, and Employers for H-1B

The Department of Labor recently released the top occupations, states, and employers submitted for the H-1B. Perhaps not surprisingly, the top five occupations are related to computer sciences. California submitted nearly 25% of the applications received. And some of the top employers include Deloitte Consulting, LLP; Cognizant Technology Solutions, US Corporation; and Apply, Inc. Here are the complete Top 10 lists:

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Are You Eligible for a 10- or 60-Day Grace Period?

The new High-Skilled Workers rule granted new grace periods that those in non-immigrant status may not be aware of yet. You can use your grace period to prepare to begin employment in the country, plan to depart the United States, or take action to extend, change, or otherwise maintain lawful status. However, it is important to note that you are not authorized to work during that grace period. Who is eligible for a 60-day grace […]

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Marks Gray Immigration Team Participated in Corporate Run

Members of the Marks Gray Immigration team stay in shape by participating in the Corporate Run, which also benefits the Duval County High School Cross Country and Track Programs.

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Immigration Success Story: NIW Green Card for a Scientist from Taiwan

The Marks Gray Immigration Team regularly helps clients obtain Green Cards for permanent residency through National Interest Waivers (NIW). This month, we are highlighting a success story of a scientist from Taiwan who is well-known for the development and implementation of novel proton therapy technologies used to combat cancer.

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What Immigration-Related Questions Can Employers Ask During the Hiring Process?

Employers often ask me: “What pre-employment questions are permissible to ask to help me determine whether a prospective candidate requires immigration sponsorship?” Employers are prohibited from denying protected individuals employment because of their real or perceived immigration or citizenship status. Until recently, the following two questions were the only accepted questions for pre-hire screening: Are you authorized to work in the U.S.?; and Will you now or in the future require sponsorship for employment visa […]

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