Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: May, 2016

File Now to Save! USCIS Publishes Proposed Filing Fee Increases!

On May 4, 2016, USCIS published a proposal to increase filing fees across the board to recoup the cost of processing immigration applications. UCIS filing fee amounts are reviewed every other year. USCIS last adjusted its fees in November 2010. The filing fees for the fiscal year 2017 are slated to increase an average of […]

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End of the Road for H-1B Cap Receipt Notices? And What’s Next?

Employers and would-be H-1B employees alike are understandably anxious to know where things stand with the H-1B cap receipt notices.  Here’s what’s happening: USCIS announced in early May that they had finished “entering data” in connection with the H-1B receipt notices. Therefore it’s likely that we have either already received all the H-1B cap receipt […]

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