In 2021, President-elect Joe Biden will have to deal with many restrictive immigration policies put in place by the Trump administration. Attorneys expect that, at least, a few of these regulations could be overturned. The presidential proclamations that used the pandemic as an excuse to ban visa issuance for H-1B program have already been set aside.
If the new employer terminates employees on work visas, such as H-1B, L-1, TN, H-1B1, E-3, or O-1 nonimmigrants, those workers will have 60 days or until their authorized stay expires.
An analysis of immigration law and regulations, as well as recent administration actions, leads to the conclusion a combination of methods will be used to implement the restrictions.
Asa Hutchinson III Managing Partner of Asa Hutchinson Law group visiting Beijing to meet law firm clients and the US Ambassador to China at the Beijing Embassy in March 2019.
SEMINAR ABOUT U.S. VISAS OFFERED BY THE ASA HUTCHINSON LAW GROUP IN COLLABORATION WITH THE LAW FIRM GOMEZ-ACEBO & POMBO
Partners of The Asa Hutchinson Law Group:
Asa Hutchinson III
Carlos Fernández, Senior Investor Relations Manager of CMB Regional Centers.
“Asa, your great and timely work was significant in our international project. Thanks for the late nights and prompt responses and documents.”
– Kirk Tompkins, CEO of Meshnet
Asa Hutchinson Law Group founder and managing partner Asa Hutchinson III attended several overseas meetings in order to expand and support business and immigration.