Immigration Newsletter, May 11, 2020
Citing the Novel Coronavirus as the catalyst for the terrible effects wrought on our economy, the Senators requested that President Trump suspend all new employment-based visas for sixty-days, and then after the sixty-day period suspend certain employment-based visas for a year. Read more here.
USCIS Workload Transfer Update [05/06/2020]
USCIS announced the transfer of some FY2021 cap-subject H-1B petitions from the Vermont Service Center to the Nebraska Service Center and from the California Service Center to the Texas Service Center.
Read more here.
ICYMI: Facebook Live on the Current State of Immigration and COVID-19
In our Facebook Live from last week, Attorney Allison Lukanich provides an update on the current state of immigration and COVID-19. Check it out here!
Coronavirus Resource Page
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.