Monthly Archives: February 2017
A large portion of the H-1b employees do not know their rights and responsibilities while working in the United States and unaware of laws that protect them. In recent years, my office received many complaints from H-1b employees, particularly in the Information Technology field, who reported abuse by their employers. The complains generally surround not […]
5 major points to know about the imminent DHS memo on Guidance for Border Security that will impact asylum seeker and immigration detention procedure
DHS is soon to issue a new Guidance on Border Security that can impact immigration detention, asylum application and expedited removal.
Survival guide for newly admitted international students facing travel ban and visa reform under Donald Trump’s Administration
International students are advised against traveling internationally before the new executive order is issued. There were 897,000 international students attending U.S. universities in 2016, contributing approximately $36 billions to the U.S. economy. Although these numbers are steadily increasing year over year, how many newly admitted international students for Fall 2017 are in the shadow of […]