By Attorney Farhad Sethna © 2016 All Rights Reserved Despite all the public announcements about increasing investment in the USA and encouraging entrepreneurship, the USCIS seems hellbent on reversing the […]
By Farhad Sethna, Attorney, copyright 2014 (No copyright asserted in US Government works or websites) Background: Other articles on this website also discuss this issue. This article is intended to […]
© Attorney Farhad Sethna 2013 Under employment based immigration law, a foreign worker will be considered to have a Baccalaureate or Bachelor’s degree if the alien worker can meet certain […]
The L-1A visa classification is for a intracompany transferee executive or manager. This article discusses the standards an application must meet to be successful at the USCIS, and therefore entitle the employee an L-1 classification to work in the USA.
In the convoluted world of H-1B non-agricultural temporary worker processing, this case stood out as a good example of the seamier side of hiring foreign workers. In Castellanos-Contreras, et al […]
Fueled by the $500.00 per case “H-1B Fraud Fee” paid by employers for every new H-1B application for a new employee, the DHS has instituted significant additional review programs of […]
Speaking recently, Janet Napolitano, President Obama’s Secretary of Homeland Security indicated that without question the administration’s policy was going to be that of expanding immigration enforcement, especially against businesses. This […]
This article introduces another member of the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) “alphabet soup” – the “L” visa. The L – Visa is issued to intra-company transferees: these are individuals […]