Training is often an important part of advancing in a career or being skilled at a job. There are two visa options that visa applicants may utilize to receive practical training in the U.S. for a particular job or occupational field. These two visas, H-3 and J-1, have several requirements … Continue reading Visa Options for Trainees
Currently dependent spouses on H-4 visas cannot lawfully seek employment in the United States, but that will be changing soon! The USCIS has officially announced that certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B visa holders may seek employment in the United States starting May 26, 2015. Those eligible are H-4 dependent … Continue reading Employment Authorization for H-4 dependent spouses available in May.
How President Obama’s “Immigration Accountability Executive Action” Affects Employment-Based ImmigrationLaw Office of Sweta Khandelwal
President Obama’s “Immigration Accountability Executive Action” proposes several changes to the immigration system many of which could affect employment-based visas. The proposed changes could be good news for employees and employers by decreasing wait times for certain classifications, allowing spouses of H-1B visa holders to work and in some cases … Continue reading How President Obama’s “Immigration Accountability Executive Action” Affects Employment-Based Immigration