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Labor Certification: Mustn’t the US Job Applicant Be Able to Perform the Job Even If Qualified on Paper?

PERM labor certification operates outside of the realm of typical real world recruitment efforts. 

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Why Didn’t I Get My I-94 Card?

“Veterans” of the U.S. immigration system know that when a non-immigrant enters the United States, their passport is stamped and they receive an I-94 card that is often stapled into their passport. 

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Sourcing The Right Talent While Grappling With Business Immigration: A Continuing Tug-of-War

Employers who source talent from consulting or staffing companies have become used to growing scrutiny from DHS when that talent is working in the United States on a temporary work visa. 

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New international student enrollment is decreasing nationwide. What about at Duke?

Although the number of international students in the United States remains high, the new student enrollment has witnessed a constant decline throughout the past several years, according to the 2018 Open Doors Report on International Education Exchange. 

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Prepare for Tough RFEs for Specialty Occupation this H1B Season

Last year, we saw an unprecedented expansion in RFEs for Specialty Occupation, hitting H1B candidates in computer programmer positions at level 1 wages the hardest. This year, we expect these RFEs to continue to be even tougher and more widespread.

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Specialty Occupation / Wage Level RFE Success | KNG Law

By Kaitlyn Garcia, J.D. | Immigration Attorney | Houston, Texas

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Did you receive a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) your Immigration Case?

A Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) is a formal statement issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) when they have determined that the beneficiary of a petition is ineligible for the benefits they are seeking.   

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5 QUICK THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NOIDS!

What’s a NOID? No, we’re not talking about the 1980s Domino’s pizza character that was created to advertise the Domino’s promise to deliver in thirty minutes or less.

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U.S. May Eliminate Per-Country Caps on Employment Visas

A potentially significant bill eliminating the per-country caps on employment-based visas may become law.

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Attorney Michael Lin BRAVLIN PC

Attorney Michael Lin BRAVLIN PC

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