As of May 2023, Mexican travelers who wish to visit Europe will need to apply for a new European visa waiver for Mexican citizens the European Travel Information and Authorization System or ETIAS.
Expanded Interview Waivers for Certain Nonimmigrant Visa Applicants
The Department of State recognizes the positive impact of temporary work visa holders on the U.S. economy and is committed to facilitating nonimmigrant travel and reducing visa wait times.
Thousands of Spouses of H-1B and L-1 Visa Holders Cleared to Work After Immigration Settlement
The Biden administration reached a settlement in a class-action lawsuit on Wednesday that will make it easier for immigrant spouses without a visa to continue working in the U.S. without having to re-up their employment authorization.
The E.U. agrees to reopen to vaccinated visitors and those from Covid-safe countries.
The European Union agreed on Wednesday to reopen its borders to visitors who have been fully vaccinated with an approved shot and to those coming from a list of countries considered safe from a coronavirus perspective, permitting broader travel just in time for the summer tourism season.
How new immigration legislation would fit into an already complex system
Biden immigration reform bill: What’s changing in 2021 for green cards, citizenship
President Biden’s US Citizenship Act of 2021 has been introduced in Congress. The bill sets a course for naturalization while seeking to reverse former President Trump’s tight immigration policies.
White House lifts Trump order that temporarily banned certain immigrant visas during pandemic
USCIS Reaches Fiscal Year 2021 H-1B Cap
USCIS has received a sufficient number of petitions needed to reach the congressionally mandated 65,000 H-1B visa regular cap and the 20,000 H-1B visa U.S. advanced degree exemption, known as the master’s cap, for fiscal year (FY) 2021.
USCIS Drops Proposed Immigration Filing Fee Increases
USCIS issued the rule that would have adjusted fees by an average increase of 20 percent. The agency proposed splitting up Form I-129—used by employers to petition for guest workers under the H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, L-1, O and TN visa classifications—into different forms with different fees imposed on each visa type.
US: Looking forward – How a new administration could change business immigration
The US is on the brink of a Presidential transition, leaving employers to consider how business immigration will be affected by a new Presidential administration.