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What You Should Know about the Supreme Court Decision on the Travel Ban

The US Supreme Court allowed a limited version of Trump’s travel ban to take effect. Here’s what you should know about the decision. The court ordered to keep in place part of the lower court injunctions, but reimposed the travel ban for foreign nationals “who lack any bona fide relationship” with US persons. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the merits of the executive order in October. The Supreme Court’s order is a partial […]

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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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Trump’s Changes to Visa Issuance and Admissions

Although the travel ban order has been halted by the courts, the new administration has signaled “increased scrutiny” on visa issuance to the US consulates. Its effects are being reflected in the processing of visas at US consulates. Data released by the government shows that the United States issued about 40 percent fewer temporary visas in March of 2017 to citizens of the seven Muslim-majority nations affected by the bans – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, […]

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Business Immigration and I-9/ E-Verify Changes under the Trump Administration at the SHRM Jacksonville Annual Conference

Giselle presented at the SHRM Jax Annual Conference about “Managing your Foreign Talent in 2017 and Beyond under the Trump Administration”.  The message of her presentation was: Prepare for the challenges ahead, but also seize the opportunities that come with changes. 

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Employer Alert: Trump’s Budget and E-Verify

The President’s budget allocates $15 million to “begin implementation of mandatory nationwide use of the E-Verify Program.” E–Verify is a government web-based system that compares information from the Form I-9 to data from US government databases to confirm the applicant’s work eligibility. Currently, participation is primarily voluntary. The President will need Congress approval to mandate E–Verify nationwide. Senator Charles Grassley has re-introduced legislation to authorize a national E–Verify program. 

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Giselle Carson Discusses Trump’s Immigration Policy on “This Week in Jacksonville”

Business immigration attorney Giselle Carson appeared on the News 4 Jax segment “This Week in Jacksonville” on Sunday, February 5th. She discussed the impact of Trump’s recent travel ban and possible changes to the H-1B visa process coming in the future. You can watch the segment starting at 11:19 here: view the video. You can find Giselle Carson’s new book, Beyond the H-1B, mentioned in the segment on Amazon. Subscribe to the Marks Gray Immigration […]

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