What Happens if My H-1B Employee Has to Work from Home Due to COVID-19 and Other Immigration News
On April 13, USCIS announced that petitioners should expect a delay in data entry and receipt notice generation for fiscal year (FY) 2021 H-1B cap-subject petitions until at least May 1, 2020, due to the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
What Happens if My H-1B Employee Has to Work from Home Due to COVID-19?
Our attorneys provide an explanation of what employers should be doing if their H-1B employees are working from home due to COVID-19 social distancing orders.
Get to Know Series: Rashmi Shah, Partner
In a continuation of our Get to Know blog series, we invite you to learn more about Rashmi Shah, Partner, including who she admires and three things she thinks everyone should know about immigration.
We’ve created a page on our website to keep our clients and others informed on the decisions that could impact them regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). There continues to be significant impacts on both immigrants and non-immigrants. The questions and concerns raised by this widespread and unpredictable crisis are changing daily.
This resource page will be updated frequently with links to alerts and blogposts regarding the intersection of COVID-19 and immigration.