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Mar
27
USCIS announced it completed its lottery for the FY2021 H-1B cap. USCIS randomly selected from the registrations that were properly submitted and will notify petitioners with selected registrations no later than March 31, 2020. Becki Young explains t… Read More
Mar
23
Last week, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced major changes to its visa processing procedures in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. First, the agency announced “the immediate and temporary suspension of premium pro… Read More
Mar
23
Bay-area restaurant and GYH client, Cotogna, is offering delivery of home-cooked meals (with vegetarian options), bottles of wine, produce boxes, fresh bread and more on a daily basis throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to bay-area residents. Lift your… Read More
Mar
19
Grossman Young & Hammond is extremely proud of its extensive work with the hospitality industry. While each industry we work with has its own unique personality and culture, our service industry clients represent to us some of the most hardworkin… Read More
Mar
16
How does COVID-19 impact your or your employee’s immigration case? What can you do to stay safe and compliant in these unprecedented times? Becki Young, Partner, shares most recent updates and responds to FAQs regarding the COVID-19 crisis in the b… Read More
Mar
11
Grossman Young & Hammond is always looking for new ways to transcend borders for its clients. As part of our commitment to the hospitality industry specifically, our professionals contribute original content where possible, offering complimentary… Read More
May
21
By: Yeon Me Kim AILA, the professional membership organization for immigration attorneys, published a policy brief analyzing published USCIS data showing its processing times for the adjudication of various petitions and applications for immigration… Read More
May
21
By: Yeon Me Kim Since March 2019, CBP officers have been refusing border processing at US/Canada ports of entry for L-1 extensions under NAFTA (i.e., Canadian L-1 extensions). This policy change came without any formal public announcement and left im… Read More
May
21
By: Tessa Haefcke Since the commencement of the current administration’s zero tolerance policy, there have been widespread reports of children having to navigate the immigration process alone. Countless of headlines such as, “Immigrant toddlers o… Read More
May
21
By: Catie Jennetta In March, senior attorney Rachel Zoghlin successfully presented two challenging cases before the Baltimore Immigration Court. Her first case involved a Guatemalan national who has lived in the U.S. for more than a decade. Although… Read More