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.
This bill reauthorizes the EB-5 Regional Center program through FY2026 and makes various changes to the program, such as imposing various oversight requirements.
The Asa Hutchinson Law Group is proud to announce the recent approval of an E2 visa for a Spanish Client, the client will be working for a family office with various locations in Spain and Latin America.
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.
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 White House on Friday will lift COVID-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated international visitors starting Nov. 8
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.
While the Biden administration’s take on immigration initially seemed to be the opposite of his predecessor’s, it’s a bit more nuanced. Our Practical Law attorney-editors discuss what that means for attorneys and employers.
A United States delegation has discussed immigration and regional development in a series of meetings in Mexico at a time that rising numbers of migrants arriving at their shared border has concerned both countries