Blog

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 wa… 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
Jan
2
We would like to remind you that the H-1B (CAP) petition season is in full swing. The CAP filing period opens April 1st, 2018, and we fully expect it to close after the first week in April. Please contact us as soon as possible if you would like to d… Read More
Dec
7
WASHINGTON, DC – (December 7, 2015) – Hammond Young Immigration Law LLC and Grossman Law, LLC today announced a strategic partnership to help clients navigate the complex maze of U.S. immigration laws and policies. The two firms combine dec… Read More