Immigration is a topic that has reached a fever pitch these days. With the government's stance on those here illegally, both sides of the issue have ceaselessly battled over the right to live in the U.S. and the pathway to doing so.
In Louisiana, legislators have sponsored more than a dozen bills this year related to marijuana, with some of them leading toward making it legal for recreational use if the bills pass.
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Recently, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that the U.S. Department of Justice proposed a rule change to permit immigration appellate judges' rulings to become binding for the entire immigration system.
Foreign companies have found it can be advantageous to send an executive or manager to the United States to establish an office stateside. To do so, the worker must meet the requirements for an L-1A nonimmigrant classification.