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5th Circuit Throws Out I-9 Fines Against Employer for Alleged Section 2 Attestation Deficiencies

ICE recently brought Employer Solutions Staffing Group to court after finding that they had improperly managed paperwork. An individual in Texas, where the employer is, looked through the employee documents. The documents were then photocopied to an individual in Minnesota, who then signed the Section 2 employer attestation. The handling of this paperwork resulted in [...]

Why Foreign Workers Must Establish An Employer Relationship For H-1B Visa Purposes

As more and more foreign workers make their way onto American soil, the importance of the H-1B visa becomes more evident. These visas are especially useful, since they allow workers to maintain a primary residence in their home country, while continuing to live and work in the United States. However, these visas come with a [...]

All eyes are on these three Supreme Court Cases

VICTIMS OF DUI

YOUR RIGHTS, OUR RESPONSIBILITY WE SUPPORT THE VICTIMS OF DRUNK DRIVING AND IMPAIRED DRIVING Drunk Driving is a crime in any country. Driving while drunk or impaired involves high risk of accident that will cause injury to not only the driver but also the other people travelling in his car. Due to this mishap, [...]

2016 Candidates’ Positions on Immigration

Well, it is undeniable that the days to the election are getting closer and closer, though there is some time remaining yet. During the debates, there has been much discussion by the various presidential candidates that are running for the election about the topic of immigration laws. So it is interesting to provide here an [...]

How To Become A U.S. Citizen

Becoming a United States citizen is a dream of many foreigners, but the process does not happen overnight. There is a ten step procedure that must take place and prospective citizens need to check their eligibility before proceeding. Assuming that the person is eligible and has the proper documentation, these are the steps that will [...]

Texas Child Protection Agency Moves Forward in Licensing Family Detention Centers

(Immigration Impact) -The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) has issued a rule allowing for the two family detention facilities in Texas to apply for licenses to detain immigrant children and their mothers. This move may have the effect of further entrenching the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)’s seemingly dogged commitment to [...]

How Is Compensation Determined After An Accident?

Plaintiffs who have experienced injuries and bodily harm due to an accident that was caused by the negligence of another party are entitled to compensation. But how is this compensation determined? In most instances, an insurance company opts to pay the minimal amount to the plaintiff. This results in the injured party failing to receive [...]

Supreme Court to take up Obama immigration actions

(CNN)The Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it will decide the fate of President Barack Obama’s immigration actions this term. The actions are aimed at allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to apply for programs that could make them eligible for work authorization and associated benefits. The President unveiled the programs over a year ago, but federal [...]

Supreme Court Weighs Taking Up Obama Appeal on Immigration Plan

(NBC NEWS)- The Supreme Court is meeting behind closed doors Friday to consider hearing one of the biggest immigration cases of its time — President Obama's executive actions offering deportation protection to millions of undocumented immigrants. A decision could come back as early as Friday afternoon. It would ultimately be a death blow to the [...]