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SLS Hotel to Pay $2.5 Million To Settle EEOC Race, Color, National Origin Lawsuit

Source: SLS Hotel to Pay $2.5 Million To Settle EEOC Race, Color, National Origin Lawsuit Read More

GREEKTOWN CASINO TO PAY $140,000 TO SETTLE EEOC DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION SUIT

Source: GREEKTOWN CASINO TO PAY $140,000 TO SETTLE EEOC DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION SUIT Read More

Why Bosses Can Track Their Employees 24/7 - The Atlantic

Source: Why Bosses Can Track Their Employees 24/7 - The Atlantic Read More

Diversity Lottery 2018 now open with new countries eligible

Diversity Visa Program for 2018: Eligibility and Application Process The US Department of State will accept applications for the Diversity Visa program on October 4, 2016 The Diversity Visa program Read More

Refugees Coming to the US Already Undergo Thorough Screening

Refugees traveling to the United States are some of the most thoroughly vetted people to enter the United States. There has been much discussion in the news recently about admitting Read More

Are You an Independent Contractor or an Employee?

The Difference is Important to Your PaycheckBusinesses across numerous industries use independent contractors to fill crucial roles in their workforce.  Construction, trucking, nursing, and IT are just a few of Read More

Technology Makes Old Immigration Quota Limits Obsolete

New Technology Makes Old Immigration Quota Limits Obsolete United States immigration policies have not changed much since 1990. However, technology has since changed the world to the point of making the current quota Read More

Employers Should Consider Light Duty For Pregnant Employees

The Supreme Court Rules on Pregnancy Discrimination On March 25, 2015, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Young v. UPS, a pregnancy discrimination case regarding failure to accommodate light-duty Read More

Time to Apply for 2017 Visa Lottery!

Diversity Visa Program for 2017: Eligibility and Application Process The US Department of State began accepting applications for the Diversity Visa program on October 1, 2015. The Diversity Visa program Read More

TPS designated for Yemen

On September 3, 2015, the US Department of Homeland Security has designated the Republic of Yemen for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the period of September 3, 2015 through March Read More

How Legal Gay Marriage Changes the Employment Relationship

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that same-sex couples have the right to enter into a legal marriage.  The Court determined that, by banning such marriages, States Read More

Time to Register for TPS for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone Extended

Today the Department of Homeland Security announced that it has extended the initial registration period deadline until August 18, 2015. This registration deadline applies to nationals of Guinea, Liberia and Read More

TPS desiganted for Nepal

Nepali citizens who are in the United States as of June 24, 2015 are eligible to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Today, the Department of Homeland Security announced that Read More

Same sex marriage case approved by Columbus, Ohio office

Today I attended my fourth same-sex marriage based interview at the Columbus, Ohio USCIS office . I am pleased to report again that the USCIS officer who interviewed my clients Read More

New H-1B season for FY 2016 opened and closed in 5 busines days

The Federal government works on a fiscal year basis, with the fiscal year starting on October 1 of each year. The next fiscal year (2016) runs from October 1, 2015 Read More

Immigrant Entrepreneurs Revitalize the Local Economy & Invest in America

Small businesses in the U.S. are becoming increasingly owned by immigrants into the United States, no matter the type of business. These businesses are helping to revitalize the economy as Read More

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