This week, President Biden issued Presidential Proclamation 10294 which eliminates the geographic COVID-19 travel bans and adopts new COVID-19 vaccination requirements for all international air travelers to the United States. The new COVID-19 vaccination requirements for international air travel will take effect on November 8, 2021. With limited exceptions, Proclamation 10294 suspends entry of unvaccinated […]Read full post
USCIS has announced that starting on October 1, 2021, it will require individuals who are applying for lawful permanent residency to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before the civil surgeon can complete the medical examination. This requirement applies to all Forms I-693 signed by the civil surgeons on or after October 1. USCIS may grant […]Read full post
USCIS initially conducted a first round of H-1B selections for Fiscal Year 2022 in March of 2021. Based on the numbers of H-1B petitions it received after the first round of selections, USCIS determined that it needed to conduct a second round of selections. On July 28th, USCIS conducted a second round of H-1B selections […]Read full post
Yesterday, the Department of State announced that it has extended the validity of National Interest Exceptions (NIEs) for travelers from China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa, the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and India. Unless otherwise indicated, existing NIEs will be valid for 12 months form the date of approval and for multiple entries, as […]Read full post
On March 8, 2021, the Secretary of Homeland Security designated Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for an 18-month period lasting until September 2022 which could be extended depending on country conditions. Venezuelan TPS applicants must apply during the registration period between March 8, 2021 and Sept. 5, 2021 (subject to certain exceptions). Only individuals […]Read full post
On April 30, President Biden signed a Presidential Proclamation suspending the entry of individuals who have been physically present in India during the 14-day-period preceding their entry. The suspension goes into effect on 12:01 AM EDT on Tuesday, May 4. U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents are not subject to the proclamation, and the Proclamation […]Read full post
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