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Jun
12
The process of divorce and separation is trying on all parties. But when one or both spouses are not U.S. citizens, the immigration consequences of the failed marriage may make matters even more complicated. Grossman Law attorneys are well versed on… Read More
Jun
5
We are pleased to introduce Ms. Yeon Me Kim and Mr. Ali Nasserghodsi who recently joined our firm as Associate attorneys. Yeon Me Kim handles a wide variety of family and employment based non-immigrant visa petitions. Ms. Kim has assisted many client… Read More
Mar
13
In this session, expert speaker Becki Young will provide a brief overview of recent enforcement trends, along with a high level overview of the Fraud Detection and National Security directorate (FDNS) and Labor Condition Application (LCA) audits, fol… Read More
Mar
7
Since 2009, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)'s Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) Program has allowed immigrants with critical medical and language skills to serve in the U.S. military in exchange for expedited citizenshi… Read More
Feb
1
Date: Friday, February 9 – Time: 11:00 AM Central Time Attorney Sandra Grossman and Becki Young from our sister firm Hammond Young Immigration Law will present a free webinar in conjunction with elRestaurante magazine to discuss practical consi… Read More
Jan
26
As part of its “Traveler Compliance Check” initiative, as of January 8, 2018, CBP began sending email notifications to VWP travelers to notify of upcoming I-94 expiration. Emails will be sent 10 days before I-94 expiration. CBP says the p… Read More
Jan
26
For our employment-based clients, the most substantial changes in 2017 included: Intense scrutiny of H1B petitions, especially Level I and IT positions Previous guidance confirming that various computer related occupations qualify for H1B status was… Read More
Jan
22
Please find below information about the how the federal government shutdown, which is currently in effect, impacts immigration. While we hope it will be short lived, the following is some information about how immigration operations will be handled d… Read More
Jan
8
Do you have colleagues or friends in the hospitality industry who are interested in training or employment in the US? Our clients are top US hotels and restaurants who would love to host them! Please share any resumes with Darius S. Requita (drequita… Read More
Jan
3
The new year is uncertain for approximately 200,000 Salvadoran citizens with close ties to the United States, who are anxiously awaiting the Administration’s decision regarding an extension of their Temporary Protected Status. We share a recent… Read More