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Join Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Employment Law team for our next webinar on February 22, 2024, from 12-1 PM, where we will hear from Garrett

Continue Reading HSB Webinar Announcement: Immigration Law Update, Including the Latest on H-1B Visa Filings

Join Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Garrett Steck and Kaitlin Beck on March 2, from 12-1 PM, for our next employment law webinar. Garrett and Kaitlin will provide an immigration law update discussing recent developments impacting employment-based immigration.

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Continue Reading HSB Webinar Announcement: Back to Normal? Immigration in the Post-COVID Business Environment

The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that it reached a settlement with an agricultural company located in California. The settlement concludes an investigation into whether the company discriminated against workers based on their legal status in violation of the
Continue Reading U.S. DOJ Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against California Agricultural Company

European MapBy 2021, Americans traveling to a European Schengen zone country must register with the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) prior to travel. This new border control security system developed by the European Commission is designed to strengthen the external borders of the European Union.
Continue Reading New Travel Authorization Requirement for U.S. Citizens Traveling to Europe

On July 31, 2018, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Labor (DOL) signed an agreement that sets guidelines for inter-agency collaboration to combat suspected employer non-compliance with immigration laws. The agencies have agreed to share resources, including records, and education and training where necessary, and refer cases to one another when an agency learns of employer non-compliance.
Continue Reading DOJ and DOL Combine Forces to Combat Employment Discrimination Against U.S. Workers

In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court reversed the Ninth Circuit’s grant of a preliminary injunction on President Donald Trump’s September 2017 proclamation – Proclamation No. 9645, more commonly known as the “travel ban.” Proclamation 9645 restricted entry into the United States by citizens of Iran, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Chad (subsequently removed from the list), Libya, Yemen and Venezuela. The majority held that the authority to suspend the entry of aliens into the United States flows from the clear statutory language of §1182(f) of the Immigration and Naturalization Act, which “enables the President to suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens whenever he finds that their entry would be detrimental to the interests of the United States.”
Continue Reading Yesterday’s SCOTUS Ruling on the Travel Ban

In May 2018, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) made two changes affecting foreign students – (1) calculating unlawful presence for students in the U.S. and (2) third-party placements for STEM OPT students.

Calculating Unlawful Presence

“Unlawful presence”
Continue Reading Recent Changes to USCIS Policies May Impact Foreign Students