Charting the Course for Visas during COVID-19
Update May 2020 – The current administration has added layers of complexity that have required my creativity to keep pace for Visas during COVID19.
The pandemic has taken creative problem solving and preparedness to a whole new level.
I recently wrote about six situations with which I am helping clients navigate right now. Please click here to read more about them.
- Work-from-Home Effect on H-1Bs
- Compliance for H-1B Employees Working from Home
- Work and Pay Reduction Effects on H-1Bs
- Work Force Reduction Effect on H-1Bs
- Application Filing During COVID
- Travel During COVID
As you will read, the intricacies of immigration regulations coupled with COVID-19 complications have required diligence and creative problem solving to keep visa holders in status and applications in process.
If you are facing one of the situations above or any other immigration issue complicated by the pandemic’s restrictions, please contact me at 630.262.1435 or email@example.com.
COVID19 is the pandemic of the century
There are many things that may come up for which you will need legal advice. Check here for updates.
April 23, 2020 – President Trump tweeted that he will be signing an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States as a result of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic. Read the facts and fiction here: covid 042320