USCIS Announces Temporary Suspension of Premium Processing for FY2021 Cap-Subject Petitions

Click here for the latest on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' suspension of premium processing on (FY) 2021 cap-subject H-1B Visas: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-announces-temporary-suspension-premium-processing-fy2021-cap-subject-petitions

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Coronavirus and Immigration

Serotte Law Firm Statement on Coronavirus and Immigration Planning As the impact of the coronavirus continues to spread, it may affect your immigration case. Our immediate advice to you is – Stay in the U.S. Travel bans and limits are already in place, with further restrictions likely. We are prepared…

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Case Study: Canadian Speech Therapist Obtains a TN Visa Based on Job Duties, NOT Job Title

Background: Our client was a Speech Therapist who wanted to work in the U.S. and live here with her husband. She was offered a position with a private school that provides mental health services for children and adolescents with physical, developmental or behavioral difficulties. The position required our client to…

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Medical Inadmissibility and How You May be Able to Visit the United States

U.S. immigration law deems individuals with certain medical conditions and substance dependency as “medically inadmissible” and will not allow them to enter the country. The government classifies these conditions and dependencies as “Class A” medical conditions. Class A medical conditions include: A current physical or mental disorder with associated harmful…

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