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Immigration News Archive
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Today, President-elect Trump’s transition team informed CNN that he has chosen his nominee for Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a high-profile immigration case that questions whether immigrants in mandatory detention must be afforded bond hearings if they are held for longer than six months.
The Department of Homeland Security has published a long-awaited final rule which clarifies and amends DHS policies and regulations affecting certain immigrant and non-immigrant workers.
The Department of State has released the December 2016 Visa Bulletin.
U.S. Department of Labor reports that requests for temporary and permanent labor certifications are up 20% from last year.
USCIS has updated the health-related grounds that would render an immigrant inadmissible to the U.S.
The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals affirmed a certifying officer’s denial of a PERM application due to a single missing resume.
BALCA reversed a labor certification denial finding that the market research analyst position was open to U.S. workers even though the foreign worker was the son of the company’s owner.
Administrative law judge orders California company to pay $56,150 for not properly filling out employment verification forms for 84 of its employees.
The Department of Homeland Security has published a final rule to increase USCIS filing fees effective December 23, 2016. The updated fee schedule is the first change to USCIS’ filing fees since 2010.