Issue #003 | February 2002
This month we have a special spotlight article on visas for those
in the entertainment industry- O and Pís . GT represents entertainers,
musicians, athletes and models and the companies that employ them. Our
clients included some of the leading figures in music, sports, modeling
- Do Illegal Immigrants Have Workplace Protection?
- Student and Exchange Visitor Information
- Bush Administration Announces Plan to Improve
Permanent Visa Processing with Revenues Received from H-1B Employers
- 2000 Census Finds an Estimated 115,000 Illegal
Aliens From Middle East Countries
- E-1, E-2 and L-1 Spouses Can Work and L-1
Waiting Period is Cut to Six Months
- DOLíS New Web Based Certification of Labor
- Department of State Issues Guidance to the
Field Regarding Corporate Reorganizations
- Court Lacks Jurisdiction over H-1B Denial
Pursuant to IIRIRAóA Cautionary Tale
- T Visas to be Issued to Protect Victims of
- Guest Worker: Essential Worker Immigration
- There's No Business Like Show Business! -
Nonimmigrant Options for Sports and Entertainment Professionals
- Justice Department Goes After Illegal Middle
- February 2002 Processing Times and Visa Bulletin
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