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Congress Prepares Action to Avoid Government Shutdown and Fund Vital Programs Such as EB-5

Late on Feb. 13, 2019, House and Senate Conferees on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations announced an agreement on DHS Appropriations for FY 2019 and the remaining six other outstanding FY 2019 Appropriations measures. The measure, HJ Res 31, or “the Omnibus,” is over 1,000 pages and deals with many areas of government, ranging … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Attorney Courtney Noce is Quoted in Law360*

Courtney Noce, shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Immigration and Compliance practice, was recently quoted in the Law360 article, “Shutdown Woes Aren’t Over For Immigration Courts.” The article discusses the government shutdown and its effect on immigration. To read the full article, please click here. *Access to this article requires a Law360 subscription… Continue Reading

E-Verify Resumes Operation

As the federal government re-opened (officially on Jan. 25, 2019), E-Verify has resumed operations. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has provided guidance regarding the resumption of E-Verify operations. Although all E-Verify features and services are now available, including the ability to resolve a Tentative Nonconfirmation (TNC), employers may experience longer-than-usual processing times as the … Continue Reading

E-Verify and the Government Shutdown

We have received many client inquiries relating to E-Verify and the government shutdown. In short, E-Verify is unavailable, as the program’s authorization lapsed Dec. 22, 2018. The Department of Homeland Security, which oversees the program, announced that the website http://www.e-verify.gov/ will not be actively managed and will not be updated until after funding is restored. … Continue Reading

President Trump Signs Continuing Resolution into Law

On Monday evening, President Trump signed the Continuing Resolution (CR) into law ending the three-day, 69-hour government shutdown. In addition to funding the government and other policy-related matters, the CR extends EB-5, E-Verify, Conrad 30, and the Religious Workers immigration programs until Feb. 8.… Continue Reading

Congress Passes Another Continuing Resolution After 3 Day Shutdown – EB-5 Extended to Feb. 8

By a vote of 266-150 on Jan. 22  (three days after  the previous extension deadline of midnight on Jan. 19), the House passed the Senate amendment, extending Continuing Appropriations for government services and programs to Feb. 8. The bill now goes to the president who is expected to sign it into law.… Continue Reading

GT To Host Follow-Up Webinar “Government Shutdown: How it Affects Foreign Nationals”

The Business Immigration & Compliance Practice of Greenberg Traurig will host a 30 minute webinar entitled “Government Shutdown: How it Affects Foreign Nationals” this Thursday, October 17th from 1:00–1:30 p.m. EDT, presented by Laura Reiff and Ian Macdonald. Three weeks into the shutdown of the US federal government, the webinar will explore the on-going problems … Continue Reading

GT to Host Webinar – Government Shutdown: How it Impacts Immigration and Global Business

The GT Business Immigration & Compliance Practice is hosting a webinar this Thursday, October 10th from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET on the timely topic of the Government Shutdown. The webinar, entitled “Government Shutdown: How it Impacts Immigration and Global Business,” will be presented by Greenberg Traurig attorneys Laura Reiff, Ian Macdonald, Scott Decker and … Continue Reading
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