November

Blog Posts in November, 2008

  • USCIS Announces more than 100,000 Employers now Using E-Verify

    E-VERIFY Strengthening the Employment Eligibility Document Review Process for the Nation’s Employers · E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. U.S. Citizenship and ...
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  • Form I-90 Processing and Adjudication

    Processing and adjudication of Form I-90 is now going to be overseen by the National Benefits Center (NBC). There are only two exceptions to the I-90 processing at the NBC: 1) if the applicant chose option b, which states that a Green Card was never received by the applicant, on Form I-90 as the reason for filing or 2) if the applicant chose option d, which states that the card was issued with ...
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  • USCIS Increases Period of Stay for Trade-NAFTA Professional Workers from Canada and Mexico

    Office of Communications U.S. Citizenship And Immigration USCIS Update WASHINGTON — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has increased the maximum period of time a Trade-NAFTA (TN) professional worker from Canada or Mexico may remain in the United States before seeking readmission or obtaining an extension of stay. This final rule changes the initial period of admission for TN workers ...
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  • N-400 Naturalization Application Expired on 10/31/2008, Still Valid

    The latest edition of N-400 application has expired on October 31, 2008. However, because a new edition has not been released to date, the USCIS has said that applicants may submit naturalization applications on any useable edition of Form N-400 until further notice.
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