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USCIS to Begin Issuing Redesigned ‘Green Cards’ Starting May 1, 2017

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on April 19, 2017 that the agency will begin issuing revamped Permanent Resident Cards (commonly referred to as “green cards”) and Employment Authorization Documents (EAD Cards) as a part of the Next Generation Secure Identification Document Project,  a multi-agency initiative aimed at modernizing security measures through advanced biometrics technologies. … Continue Reading

REGISTRATION OPEN: Greenberg Traurig and the Philadelphia Bar Association Business Immigration 101 Seminar

Greenberg Traurig and the Philadelphia Bar Association invite you to attend an introductory seminar on immigration processes and their relationship to businesses on April 19.  Greenberg Traurig attorneys, Matthew T. Galati and Shaun Staller, will provide an overview of the immigration law system and address hiring foreign workers, options for new foreign owned businesses, paths … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Immigration Attorneys Present as Guest Lecturers to Wharton School of Business

This past week, Greenberg Traurig attorneys, Matthew Galati and Shaun Staller, presented to The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business as guest lecturers for the institution’s “The Law at Work: Employment Law for Managers” class. Galati provided an overview of the immigration landscape in the context of employment and the business-related nonimmigrant and immigrant … Continue Reading

U.S Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey Temporarily Closes Following Nearby Security Incident

On Monday, Aug. 10, 2015, the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey announced its closure to the public following a security incident involving two gunmen that morning. The consulate was closed at the time of the attack and no consulate employees were injured. The foreign post has since reopened, resuming its regular schedule on Aug. 11, … Continue Reading

EUROPE: Russian Nationals Will Be Able To Secure Schengen (EU) Visas – But Biometrics Required

Soren Liborius, press secretary of the European Union Delegation in Russia, confirmed in a recent interview that the Schengen Visa Information System (VIS) will be launched in Russia on September 14, 2015. VIS allows Schengen States to exchange visa data and connects consulates in non-EU countries and all external border crossing points of Schengen States; … Continue Reading
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