Protecting Your H-1B Status:
“I’m on H-1B and just got laid-off. What do I do now?”

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Government of Canada to remove COVID-19 border and travel measures effective October 1

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USCIS Updates Guidance for O-1 Petitions with a Focus on STEM Fields

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Protecting Your H-1B Status:
“I’m on H-1B and just got laid-off. What do I do now?”

“I’m on H-1B and just got laid-off. What do I do now?”First of all, do NOT panic.Uncle Sam is not going to kick you out tomorrow. You have time to plan and act. In fact, you generally have at least 60 days to file another H-1B petition with a new…

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“I’m on H-1B and just got laid-off. What do I do now?”

Case Study: Knotch

Name: Anda GanscaCompany: KnotchType of Visa: H1B; E2, O1, Green Card Extraordinary Ability (years) 2012 to PresentLocation: Palo Alto, San Francisco, New YorkEducation: BA Economics - StanfordNationality: RomanianIndustry: Content IntelligenceAnda had recently graduated from Stanford when I met her through her co-founder, Stephanie Volftsun. Stepahine is a daughter of one of my oldest and dearest clients who became…

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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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