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Immigration Memos


You can browse immigration memos by following the links below. This office has experience in dealing with all of the issues covered here. If you do not find the information you require, please contact us. We will be happy to help.


Retrogression is back!!!

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Filing fees increasing effective November 23, 2010.

New Fees


Labor Certification attorney's fees to be paid only by the employer, effective July 16, 2007

Attorney's fees and the cost of recruitment and related expenses to the Labor Certification process can only be paid for by the employer.


Options for Foreign Medical School Graduates


Frequently Asked Questions: The Immigration Brochure for the Foreign Medical School Graduate


Should I Stay or Should I Go, The Dilemma of the FMG in the United States Seeking a PGY Position While in B-2 Status


H-1B Options for Physicians, Post Graduate Training and Attending Positions


Step One to the J-1 Waiver, Finding a Job


J-1 Waiver Memorandum


The O Visa


Information about the H-1B Petition


The H-1B Visa, The H-1B Cap


H-1B Cap Issues


H-1B Filing Fees, The $1500.00 Scholarship Fund Filing Fee and $500.00 Fraud Prevention and Detection Fee


Premium Processing


Attorney’s Fees, Labor Condition Applications, and the H-1B Process


Portability of the H-1B Petition


Procedure for Obtaining an H-1B visa at a U.S. Consulate


Options for Doctors Finishing Residency


Fellowship vs. Attending Position, The Big Decision


Dilemma of Filing an H for an Attending Physician License; Cap Exemption


National Interest Waiver for Physicians


Information for International Nurses


Non-Immigrant Visa Options


Immigrant Visa Options


Options leading to Permanent Residency


The Labor Certification Process: PERM: Program Electronic Review Management


Employment First Preference


National Interest Petition: Non Shortage Area Case: An Analysis of in re New York State Dept. of Transportation


Immigration Planning: It is never too early to start


Information for Employers


The Labor Condition Application


Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification


Termination of Employment/Termination of H-1B Petition and Labor Condition Application


Site Inspections by the USCIS-FDNS Pertaining to H-1B Petitions


Miscellaneous Information


Registration Requirements for Citizens and Nationals of Countries Designated by the State Department


Form AR11: Notification to USCIS of New Addresses



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