Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: AAO

Eyes off the Prize: White House Oblivious to Immigration Bureaucrats’ Running out the Clock

Posted in EB-5, H-1B Visas, Immigration and Entrepreneurship, Investor Immigration, L-1 Visa, Obama Administration on Immigration, State Department, USCIS

Two hundred days ago President Obama stoked the hopes of immigration advocates with his announcement of wide-ranging executive actions to try — as far as his authority would carry him — to change¬†America’s broken immigration system for the better.

Generating most of the media fanfare and Republican outrage were his plans to expand eligibility for the DACA program and … Continue Reading

The L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa Facing Attack — from All Branches of the Federal Government (Part II)

Posted in Administrative Appeals Office - USCIS, Congress on Immigration, Consular Officers, Courts on Immigration Law, GOP on Immigration, L-1 Visa, Obama Administration on Immigration, Requests for Evidence (RFEs), USCIS

[Bloggers Note:  The second of my two-part blog post below first appeared in Seyfarth Shaw LLP‘s September 10 and September 12 “Employment Law Lookout” Blog]

The L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa Facing Attack — from All Branches of the Federal Government (Part II)  By Angelo A. Paparelli

As noted in our last post, American businesses which offer U.S. secondments to … Continue Reading

The L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa Facing Attack — from All Branches of the Federal Government (Part I)

Posted in Administrative Appeals Office - USCIS, Congress on Immigration, Consular Officers, Courts on Immigration Law, L-1 Visa, Obama Administration on Immigration, State Department, USCIS

[Bloggers Note:  My two-part blog post below first appeared in Seyfarth Shaw LLP‘s September 10 and September 12 “Employment Law Lookout” Blog]

The L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa Facing Attack — from All Branches of the Federal Government (Part I)   By Angelo A. Paparelli

U.S. employers have likely grown accustomed to the longstanding controversy over the highly coveted  H-1B … Continue Reading

USCIS, America’s Immigration Cutcherry, Adopts New Procedures as the Boss Readies for a Move Upstairs

Posted in Administrative Appeals Office - USCIS, Homeland Security, Immigration "Tribes", Immigration Lawyers, USCIS

Over the 4th of July weekend, I devoured a fascinating book and, in the course of it, learned a new synonym for “bureaucracy”  — “cutcherry” — taken from Hindi and apparently originating with the British East-India Company’s bureau office in what is now Chennai.

The book, The Professor and the Madman ~ A Tale of Murder, Insanity, Continue Reading