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Frequently asked questions: COVID-19 and immigration matters (updated)

The below FAQ responses include general advice from Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm and are based on the current state of the law, absent further guidance and revised policies from the Dept. of Homeland Security, Dept. of State and Dept. of Labor.

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Garfinkel Immigration Managing Partner Hannah Little once again awarded AV Preeminent Rating®

Important details about President Trump’s Proclamation barring Immigrants from entering U.S. for 60 days

Update regarding President Trump’s expected Executive Order temporarily suspending immigration into U.S.

Update regarding Coronavirus’ impact on immigration-related matters

USCIS completes initial selection of H-1B cap registrations; close to 275,000 unique registrations submitted

Garfinkel Immigration success story: Fernanda Arnaldez

Coronavirus and immigration-related matters: Frequently asked questions

U.S.-Canadian border temporarily closed to ‘non-essential traffic’ because of Coronavirus outbreak

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) temporarily closes offices to the public

Public Charge rule: Frequently asked questions


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I-9 Audits expected to increase in 2020

President Trump restricts travel to U.S. from Europe in attempt to contain Coronavirus

Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm successfully litigates case

Record number of naturalized U.S. citizens eligible to vote in 2020 election, study finds

Two Garfinkel Immigration partners recognized for pro bono work

Four Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm attorneys recognized by Who’s Who Legal

Trump administration expands travel ban, adds six new countries

Garfinkel Immigration’s Colleen Molner selected to Super Lawyers’ 2020 North Carolina Rising Stars list

USCIS to implement H-1B electronic registration process for fiscal year 2021 cap season

Current issues, challenges facing international students looking to study in the United States

Trump administration’s year-end agenda could have major impact on future immigration matters

Minimum investment for EB-5 Visa Program increasing by $400K

Garfinkel Immigration’s Steven Garfinkel, Colleen Molner named to Business North Carolina’s 2020 Legal Elite list

Garfinkel Immigration’s Steven Garfinkel, Colleen Molner named to Business North Carolina’s 2020 Legal Elite list

Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm pro bono spotlight: Anabel Neri

Garfinkel Immigration selects Safe Alliance, Crisis Assistance Ministry as beneficiaries of 2019 Charitable Fund

Garfinkel Immigration substantially expands, renovates office space

Department of Homeland Security proposal increases cost to become U.S. citizen, adds other fees

New H-1B Cap Pre-registration System

Democratic senators, representatives call on Supreme Court to protect DACA recipients

Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm adds two attorneys, continues to grow

Garfinkel Immigration again named Tier 1 firm in Charlotte for Immigration Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms"

Legislative Update: Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act and the RELIEF Act

President Trump issues Executive Order barring immigrants without health insurance

Federal judge issues temporary nationwide injunction blocking new ‘public charge’ rule

USCIS Changes Unlawful Presence Policy for Students and Exchange Visitors

U.S. Government Reaches H-1B Visa Allotment for Fiscal Year 2019

USCIS Initiates Rulemaking Process to Terminate H-4 EAD Work Authorization

Trump Signs Revised Executive Order Banning Immigrants From Six Muslim Nations

Executive Order Regarding Travel Ban

An In-Depth Analysis of the Prevailing Wage Determination

New Year Brings New Rules for High-Skilled Workers

Prospective Immigration News

Comprehensive Immigration Reform News

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Immigration Updates

Immigration Law Updates

 

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