1. USCIS Filing Fee Increase and Premium Processing Expansion – In 2023, USCIS issued a proposed rule to increase the required filing fees for many applications. The proposed increases for employment-based
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Congress returns from recess in 2024 facing a daunting task: approving crucial supplemental funding while navigating the contentious terrain of immigration and border security. This delicate dance threatens to trigger

Continue Reading Immigration Takes Center Stage: Can Congress Avoid Shutdown in 2024?

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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With Israel under attack and the consequential war between the country and Hamas, Greenberg Traurig’s Immigration & Compliance team has prepared the below guidance for U.S. citizens and Israeli and

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On Sept. 15, 2023, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) published the October 2023 visa bulletin for the start of the government’s new fiscal year (FY 2024). The October 2023

Continue Reading October 2023 Visa Bulletin Updates: Advancements in Priority Dates and USCIS to Use Date for Filing Chart for Employment-Based Applications