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In today’s globalized economy, more and more industries rely on telecommuters and remote employees to fill in positions, whether part-time or full-time. One of the challenges that our corporate clients are faced with in such a global market is the difficulty of getting remote employees to appear in person at the employer’s location and complete and sign Form I-9 at the beginning of employment.
The standard Form I-9 compliance regulations require that the employee completes and signs Section 1 of Form I-9 at the first date […]
One of the most frequent questions our office gets since and even before May 26, 2015 when the H-4 Spouse EAD filing window opened has been, “How long would it take to get the H-4 Spouse EAD approved?” Because the H-4 Spouse EAD is a brand new program and especially due to the really high anticipated volume of H-4 Spouse EAD applications, we have not been able to provide a firm answer. USCIS had indicated that their goal would be to issue EAD approvals within 90 days of filing. But as our office is starting to receive H-4 Spouse EAD approvals and notifications of approvals, we are starting to get at least some preliminary idea of the processing times. […]
Our office closely monitors not only each monthly Visa Bulletin but also any developments and updates from here in Washington, DC which may give us some idea on upcoming movements and surprises. Our goal is to share any and all credible information with our clients and readers in order to allow proper planning and to set expectations as realistically as possible.
Mr. Charles Oppenheim, who is the Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division at the U.S. Department of State and the person who prepares and publishes the monthly visa bulletin, has provided some thoughts and his expectations for […]