Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: March, 2013

AILA Citizenship Day 2013 Is Coming to Richmond – April 20th!

Want to become a citizen? Apply for naturalization and have an attorney review your application for free! What: Eligible legal permanent residents (green card holders) apply for naturalization When: Saturday, April 20th, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Where: Branch’s Baptist Church, 3400 Broad Rock Boulevard Richmond, VA 23234 Who: Permanent residents who are eligible for […]

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H-1B Cap May Be Met First Week of April: Finalize Your Filings Now; Sleep in Peace Later!

As you know, the first day we can file a new H-1B petition subject to the cap is April 1. In recent years, the H-1B cap has lasted at least a few months (until June 11th last year). However, it is anticipated that the cap may be met the first week of filing this year. […]

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AC21 Green Card Portability

A foreign national may wait years to receive an employment-based green card. While the green card process is employer-specific, a particular section of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000 (frequently referred to as AC21) allows a foreign national to change employers without having to start the employment-based green card process over […]

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H-1B Filing Tips for Consulting & Staffing Companies – End Client Worksites

H-1B season is upon us! While employers and eager prospective employees rush to file the H-1B petitions to beat the H-1B cap, prudent filers and their attorneys will also pause to consider the types of documentation required for a successful filing. Remember, getting the petition in on time is just part of the game. The […]

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