No H-1Bs, Now What?

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26th Feb 2004

Many of us are all too familiar with the fact that the H-1Bs visa cap for the year 2004 has been exhausted. The Federal Government’s 2005 fiscal year will begin on October 1, 2004. This date sets the start of … more

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U.S. VISAS AVAILABLE IN MEXICO

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19th Feb 2004

One who presently resides in the United States as a non-immigrant, and desires to travel outside the United States for any purpose, either work related or vacation must have U.S. visa. For the last two decades Reeves & Associates has … more

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REEVES & ASSOCIATES WINS MAJOR VICTORY IN DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS

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18th Feb 2004

On January 9, 2004, Mr. G (whose true name is withheld out of respect for his right of privacy) was granted a second chance to remain in the United States with his family and obtain his legal permanent resident status. … more

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Column Article – NEW TEST TO PROVE EMPLOYER’S ABILITY TO PAY WAGES

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According to a recent published decision from the Board of Alien of Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA), the Department of Labor (DOL) can consider the overall fiscal circumstances of the owner of a sole proprietorship when assessing its ability to pay … more

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H-1Bs and the Fast Approaching Cap

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October 1, 2003 marked the start of the U.S. Government’s 2004 fiscal year and a lowering of the H-1B visa cap form 195,000 visas to 65,000 visas. The demand in previous years for specialty workers in the H-1B visa category … more

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