Mobility Under the Permanent Portability Provisions of AC21-Recording (.MP3)
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Recent changes to the Visa Bulletin issued by the U.S. Department of State open the possibility for foreign workers subject to priority date backlogs to file adjustment of status applications well before their priority dates become current. This advance filing creates greater job flexibility for individuals in the green card process. This seminar reexamines the permanent portability provisions of AC21 §106(c) and its application to today's increasingly mobile workforce.
- The New Job: What Is Required from an Employer Hiring a "Portable" Worker?
- The 180-Day Clock Under the New Visa Bulletin Filing Procedures
- Matter of Al Wazzan and an Approvable I-140
- Effects of I-140 Withdrawals and Revocations on Ability to Port
- Matter of Neto and the Immigration Judge's Authority to Determine Eligibility to Port
- Dual Representation Issues in General, and When the Employee Is Terminated
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