It appears that President Donald Trump will continue his assault on U.S. immigration, with a new executive order Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Work Visa Programs.
Regardless of who the next President is both have pledged to take action on immigration reform. It is likely that any new legislation will come with additional enforcement measures. In this regard we provide some planning tips for ensuring compliance with immigration auditors which are now commonplace.
On November 19, 2010, the Embassy of the United States in London issued a notice regarding the collection of the new Border Security Act fees. Under the Border Security Act, the U.S. government must collect an additional fee of $2,000 in certain H-1B cases and $2,250 in certain L-1 cases if the employer has more […]