Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: March, 2020

Covid-19 & Green Card Holders

First, a note on terminology: A lawful permanent resident (LPR) is the same thing as a permanent resident and as a green card holder. All of these terms mean the same thing. In addition, the information below applies to both LPRs and conditional residents as well. The novel coronavirus has thrown the entire world for […]

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COVID-19 Immigration Updates – March 30, 2020

By Samantha Davis, Immigration lawyer in Richmond, Va During the COVID-19 pandemic things are changing rapidly so we are receiving updates often, sometimes daily. We’ll be sending out newsletter updates more often than normal, but we want everyone to stay up to date and informed as we receive updates for how immigration related issues will […]

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COVID-19: Information for F-1 International Students in the US

By Samantha Davis, Immigration Lawyer in Richmond, Va Due to the provided guidance regarding COVID-19, colleges and universities have been requiring students to move off campus and have switched classes to remote learning. If you are an international student, you may be concerned about how these changes affect your status. SEVP’s priority is ensuring that […]

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Premium Processing Not Immediately Available for H-1B Cap Cases

USCIS announced on March 17, 2020 that premium processing will not be immediately available for H-1B cap petitions. At this time, USCIS has not suspended premium processing for other types of H-1B petitions ( extensions, transfers, etc). The H-1B premium processing option will resume in phases for H-1B cap cases: For any cases where the […]

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COVID-19 Sumner Immigration Law Update: March 18, 2020

Your Sumner Immigration Law team is with you as we face the COVID-19 health crisis together. We have fielded lots of questions the past few days. While we don’t have a lot of answers yet, we’d like to make sure everyone has the information that we do know now, and we’ll continue to update as […]

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