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What You Should Know About President Trump’s Travel Ban, Suspending Temporary Work Visas

Nelson A. Madrid, a partner in our immigration department, discusses who is affected by President Trump’s presidential proclamation that temporarily suspended new work visas and prohibited hundreds of thousands of foreigners from seeking employment in the United States for today’s edition of LIVE with PPID. On June 22nd, 2020, President Trump extended his original travel Read More

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USCIS Filing Fees will Increase in 2020

Allen E. Kaye, Of Counsel at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP and Past President of AILA, discusses recent developments in U.S. immigration in today’s edition of LIVE with PPID.   Increase in USCIS Fees:   USCIS is proposing to increase its fees by an average of 21%. The most important fee increase you should Read More

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New Public Charge Form I-944 Declaration of Self-Sufficiency Explained by Immigration Lawyer | Part 2

Andrea I. Scheer, an immigration attorney with the law firm Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, discussed last week part 1 of the new public charge rule that went into effect on February 24, 2020; and who it affects. In today’s edition of LIVE with PPID, Ms. Scheer discusses Form I-944, the Declaration of Self-Sufficiency, which must Read More

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What is the New Public Charge Rule and Who Does It Affect? | Part 1

Andrea I. Scheer, an immigration attorney with the law firm Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, discusses part 1 of the new public charge rule that went into effect on February 24, 2020; and who it affects in today’s edition of LIVE with PPID. In next week’s edition, Ms. Scheer will discuss Form I-944, the declaration Read More

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Top Immigration Questions Answered by Attorney Allen E. Kaye

Allen E. Kaye, Of Counsel at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP and Past President of AILA, answers frequently asked immigration questions in today’s edition of LIVE with PPID.   Question 1: I have a problem with USCIS. I am told that they will be closed until June 3, 2020, or maybe even longer. Who should Read More

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Best Options If Not Selected in the H-1B Lottery

Every year for about 7 years, USCIS has been conducting a lottery to fill its H-1B quota. USCIS has set aside 85,000 H-1B visas out of which 65,000 are for regular H-1B applications, and 20,000 are for those beneficiaries who have earned a U.S master’s degree or higher. Every H-1B cap season, USCIS receives about Read More

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Dealing with U.S. Consulates Abroad During Coronavirus by Immigration Attorney Allen E. Kaye

Allen E. Kaye, Of Counsel at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, explains the steps of processing an immigrant visa at a U.S. Consulate overseas in today’s edition of LIVE with PPID.   Immigrant Visa Process File petition; If the petition is approved, it is sent to the National Visa Center (NVC) for processing; The Read More

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Recent Presidential Proclamation Explained by Immigration Attorney

Today’s discussion is on the presidential proclamation that went into effect on Thursday, April 23, at 11:59 PM. The proclamation suspends entry of immigrants who present a risk to the US labor market during the economic recovery following the COVID-19 outbreak. This means that the proclamation only impacts people outside of the United States who Read More

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Introduction to Immigration: Applying for Naturalization in 2020

Watch in English | 观看英语视频 Watch in Chinese |  观看中文视频 Naturalization in an election year, such as 2020, is always a very timely issue. Therefore, it is important to provide an overview of the general requirements of naturalization and some of the pitfalls to be aware of when you apply. A few requirements for naturalization include: You have Read More

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The H-2B Program in the Times of COVID-19

H-2B Visa Program Requires 3 Steps (Depending on Worker’s Location) Obtain a Temporary Labor Certification from DOL. File a nonimmigrant visa petition with USCIS. [For Workers Abroad] Interview at the U.S. Consulate to obtain visa. COVID-19 and the measures to contain its spread area affecting H-2B employers on several levels.   Employers Whose Workers Need Read More

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