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GT Business Immigration Observer

Issue #002 | January 2002

CONTENTS

  1. Maintaining Status After September 11, 2001
  2. Anthrax Decontamination Effects State Department's Processing of Visa Revalidations
  3. Social Security Cards, Licensing and H-1B Adjudication
  4. Bit for Lithuania Goes Into Effect
  5. Creation of a "Smart Border" and Joint U.S.-Canada Statement on Northern Border Priorities
  6. Web-Based LCA System
  7. INS Fee Increases
  8. Work Authorization Bill for Spouses of Treaty Trader/Investors and Intra-company Transferees Passes Congress
  9. INS Clarification on I-93 Waivers and Policy for Deferred Inspection and Parole
  10. List of Detainees in INS Custody
  11. Employment Verification Pilot Program Clears Congress
  12. Guest Worker Essential Worker Immigration Still Needed
  13. January 2002 Processing Times and Visa Bulletin

In this issue there is word of a long awaited authorization for spouses of L and E visa holders an informative update on the importance of maintaining non-immigrant status in the U.S.

 

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The GT Business Immigration Observer is published by the business immigration practice group at Greenberg Traurig. Our newsletter contains the most recent developments in immigration law. Moreover, the authors analyze relevant immigration related issues as well as pertinent or proposed legislation. Finally, the GT Newsletter serves as an invaluable resource to individuals, and human resource managers who must keep current on these matters.

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