ENTRYLAW Blog - Immigration Attorneys Portland Oregon
Oregon based non-profits have created these tools to prepare your family in case of immigration raids: Family Preparedness Guide in EnglishOrganizaciones sin fines de lucro en Oregon han creado estas herramientas para preparar su familia en caso de i
With recent campaign rhetoric and a new administration, H-1B reform is once again in the headlines. Reform is surely needed. But what type of reform?The H-1B Cap and LotteryThere were 236,000 petitions filed for H-1B status in April 2016 for o
A New Challenge for AILA and the Communities We Serve We woke up this morning to the news most of us did not expect and many of our clients feared: after one of the most divisive campaigns in modern history that included statements maligning immigra
Today the Supreme Court upheld the denial of the DAPA program in a split, 4 to 4 tie decision, issuing only a one sentence ruling, "The judgment is affirmed by an equally divided Court." That means that DAPA (and also expanded DACA) will not go into
A place in line, not a rejection based on a computerized lottery, is what employers and employees are seeking in a soon-to-be-filed class action lawsuit challenging the H-1B lottery process. Unlike the lottery, however, there is no need to cross you
Who's Who Legal has identified Brent Renison as one of the world's leading private practice lawyers in the Corporate Immigration area. Since 1996, Who's Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners in multiple areas of business law arou
I'm going to explain how the immigration service has been unlawfully revoking the approval of petitions for nearly a quarter of a century.
Tweet #visagate2015 "Go ask your mother," is what Department of State has said to aspiring immigrants, referring them to USCIS to see whether the November visa bulletin will be honored or not. This is an embarassing slap in the face to the immigrati
How Does Uncle Sam Waste Immigrant Visas?