Is USCIS going to request your Social Media IDs?

USCIS published a proposed regulation that would allow them to ask for social media ids (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) for certain nonimmigrants seeking entry into the US.  It would affect those filing the online application for a visa waiver entry.  The “optional” question would be placed in the application so that USCIS could look at people’s social

USCIS Changing Filing Location for Some H-1Bs

USCIS just yesterday issued the following press release relating to where to file certain H-1Bs: On July 1, 2016, the Nebraska Service Center (NSC) will begin accepting Form I-129 for H-1B and H-1B1 (Chile/Singapore Free Trade) petitions if the petitioner requests a “Continuation of previously approved employment without change with the same employer” (Box b. on Part

UPDATE: Final Rule on H-1b1, E-3, CW-1 and EB-1s Published

Several days ago we wrote about the final rule that was about to be published (See this blog post).  The final rule has been published this week and all provisions have been implemented as we reported.  To refresh your memory, below is a summary of the changes: Changes for those on H-1B1, E-3 or CW-1