Holly Hatton (Millersville University alumnus, 1999) will host a roundtable style discussion on Friday, April 8 from 2:00-4:00 PM designed to inform students about their visa options for working in the United States. To learn more, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/812803978825064/
Whether you follow the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil or not, last month on Groundhog’s Day the little herbivore failed to see his shadow and an early Spring season was predicted. This announcement was hopeful news for those of us still reeling from the blizzard that blanketed the District of Columbia metro area in late January this […]
Linda Rahal will be speaking at D.C. Bar’s panel on “Immigration Law Basics: Obtaining an Employment-Based Green Card” Thursday, April 7 from 6:00-8:10 PM at the D.C. Bar Conference Center. To learn more, visit: https://www.dcbar.org/marketplace/event-details.cfm?productCD=C85160413
Immigration has been a major subject of debate among politicians for decades. As a result, comprehensive immigration reform has been a pipe dream. As the election cycle plays out, Democrats and Republicans have become so polarized on this issue that it is nearly impossible to predict the likelihood of any reform.
According to a variety of […]
Holly Hatton is attending the American Turkish Council’s U.S.-Turkey Investment Partnership Summit today, February 24.
“The American-Turkish Council is excited to host the U.S.-Turkey Investment Partnership Summit. The day-long Summit will incorporate five energetic and dynamic roundtable discussions with top experts; a Luncheon featuring keynote remarks; and an exclusive Networking Reception. Already, the Summit has attracted […]
Our CFO in Canada just got denied entry to the U.S. What do we do? This is a call that we seem to be getting more frequently from our Canadian corporate clients. We have seen a recent trend where Canadian companies with U.S. operations reorganize and appoint C-level positions and executive positions responsible for the […]
Linda is attending the Midwinter Conference today, January 21 through January 23. Learn more about the conference here: https://agora.aila.org/conference/detail/1115?sel=description
Holly, Andy, and Sarah will attend the Federal Bar Association Immigration Leadership Luncheon on Dual Nationality and Loss of Nationality (expatriation) tomorrow, January 13. Visit: https://www.facebook.com/FederalBarImmigrationLaw/posts/548530195313610 to learn more.
On Wednesday, January 13, Clarissa will attend the Asian American Chamber of Commerce 2016 Happy New Year Celebration & Network with AACC Board Leadership. For more information, see: https://www.asian-americanchamber.org/eventscalendar/committee-calendar?task=view_event&event_id=222
Immigration officials have been prohibited from using social media to vet U.S. visa applicants for years due to privacy concerns. Reviewing an applicant’s social media platform(s) could help officials with their research, and the DHS has attempted to implement a social media review in the past. In 2014 alone, the Department of Homeland Security initiated […]