The Final Rule Affecting Highly-Skilled Workers Over One Year Later - Recording (.MP3)
The Final Rule on “Retention of EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 Immigrant Workers and Program Improvements Affecting High-Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers” went into effect on January 17, 2017. After almost two decades, DHS finally codified long-standing policies and practices relating to the American Competitiveness and Workforce Improvement Act of 1998 (ACWIA) and the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000 (AC21). How has this Obama administration rule been implemented under the Trump administration?
- Impact on Retention of Priority Dates and Adjustment Portability
- 60-Day Nonimmigrant Grace Period: What Circumstances Qualify, What Documentation to Submit
- H-1B Cap-Exempt Definition: What Constitutes a “Fundamental Activity”?
- EADs: How Early Can They Be Renewed? When Do Automatic Extensions Apply?
- Is USCIS Issuing EADs Based on Approved I-140s in Compelling Circumstances? What Factors Will Qualify?
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