On May 24, USCIS provided additional information related to implementation of its expanded premium processing program. First announced March 29, 2022, USCIS stated its intention to expand premium processing to
Continue Reading Slow and Steady: USCIS Provides Additional Details for Expanded Premium Processing

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP Immigration & Compliance Practice Shareholders Jennifer Hermansky and Kate Kalmykov will present a webinar titled “Immigration Options For Entrepreneurs” for the Celesq Continuing Legal
Continue Reading Jennifer Hermansky and Kate Kalmykov to Present at Celesq CLE Program

As part of the America Competes Act of 2022, a group of House leaders is proposing a new W nonimmigrant visa classification and to exempt individuals with Ph.D. degrees in
Continue Reading House Bill Proposes US Visa Options for Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Immigrants with Doctorate Degrees in STEM Fields

The State Department updated its Foreign Affairs Manual on intent to depart and residence abroad requirements for F-1 and M-1 students. The new guidance clarifies that although F-1 and M-1
Continue Reading State Department Updates Guidance on F-1/M-1 Student Intent to Depart and Residence Abroad Requirements

In response to the ongoing COVID-19-related circumstances that have significantly hampered visa processing, the State Department has announced that it will expand and extend the nonimmigrant visa interview waiver program
Continue Reading State Department Expands Interview Waiver Program for Certain Nonimmigrant Visa Applicants Through End of 2022