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GT Business Immigration Observer

Issue #003 | February 2002

CONTENTS

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 and entertainment.

  1. Do Illegal Immigrants Have Workplace Protection?
  2. Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS)
  3. Bush Administration Announces Plan to Improve Permanent Visa Processing with Revenues Received from H-1B Employers
  4. 2000 Census Finds an Estimated 115,000 Illegal Aliens From Middle East Countries
  5. E-1, E-2 and L-1 Spouses Can Work and L-1 Waiting Period is Cut to Six Months
  6. DOLíS New Web Based Certification of Labor Condition Applications
  7. Department of State Issues Guidance to the Field Regarding Corporate Reorganizations
  8. Court Lacks Jurisdiction over H-1B Denial Pursuant to IIRIRAóA Cautionary Tale
  9. T Visas to be Issued to Protect Victims of Human Trafficking
  10. Guest Worker: Essential Worker Immigration Still Needed
  11. There's No Business Like Show Business! - Nonimmigrant Options for Sports and Entertainment Professionals
  12. Justice Department Goes After Illegal Middle Eastern Men
  13. February 2002 Processing Times and Visa Bulletin

 

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