Employers have fewer than 10 business days before they need to begin using the 8/1/2023 version of Form I-9. As reported in an August 2023 GT blog post, theContinue Reading New Form I-9 Becomes Mandatory Nov. 1, 2023
GT Immigration & Compliance Practice Shareholder Courtney B. Noce and Associate Miriam C. Thompson co-authored an article titled “5 Considerations for Year-End Immigration Budget Planning,” published by Law360.
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As year-end approaches, focus shifts toward financial planning and budgeting for the new year. Estimating immigration-related expenses may be challenging due to inherent uncertainties or unforeseen events. Below are five…Continue Reading 5 Considerations for Year-End Immigration Budget Planning
Kate Kalmykov, co-chair of GT’s Global Immigration & Compliance Practice, will present on the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) webinar, “The End of COVID Flexibilities for Form I-9 Compliance,”…Continue Reading Aug. 10 WEBINAR | The End of COVID Flexibilities for Form I-9 Compliance
On May 10, 2023, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 1718, which, among other things, mandates E-Verify enrollment and participation for a considerable number of employers across Florida. See …Continue Reading Immigration & Compliance FAQs on the Recently Signed Florida E-Verify Enrollment Mandate for Certain Employers
UPDATE: On May 10, 2023, Gov. DeSantis signed SB 1718 into law.
Florida may soon enact significant legislation relating to immigration, HB 1617/SB 1718. The bill…Continue Reading E-Verify: Florida Senate Passes Bill Requiring State Employers With 25 or More Employees to Use Platform Effective July 1
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has reached another settlement with a company in Boise, Idaho, over allegations that it violated the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) by unlawfully discriminating…Continue Reading A Cautionary Tale: IER Settles After Investigating Unlawful Discrimination Against U.S. Citizen During PERM Recruitment
With the beginning of autumn, individuals who may wish to travel internationally for the holidays should start planning accordingly. With movement restrictions still in place and U.S. embassies and consulates…
Continue Reading Fall Travel Advisory: U.S. Embassy/Consular Services and COVID-19 Movement Restrictions
The U.S. Department of State announced on July 13, 2020, via Twitter, that U.S. embassies and consulates are entering a “phased resumption of routine visa services” beginning July 15, 2020.
Continue Reading U.S. Embassies and Consulates Expected to Resume Visa Services Beginning on July 15