Employment Based Immigration Law
Immigration law is about much more than filing forms and submitting applications. It’s about treating people as individuals with specific needs and helping them achieve their dreams in the United States.
At ILG, we help corporations, their partners, employees, and contractors secure immigration status with our expert knowledge—and our personalized care.
With our immigration law expertise, in the last 18 years, Immigration Law Group LLP has helped thousands of individuals and companies secure Non-Immigrant and Immigrant Visas. We achieve legal status for our clients quickly and efficiently, saving corporations time and money. And we do it with genuine concern for the wellbeing and dignity of all involved.
Others do what we do, but they cannot match our passionate dedication to the people we serve.
After completing the first lottery in March, USCIS selected additional registrations to fill remaining spots of the 85,000 H-1B cap for Fiscal Year 2021 (beginning October 1, 2020).
Due to delays in the production of Employment Authorization Documents (EADs), employers may temporarily use Form I-797, Notice of Action (Approval Notices) informing an applicant of approval of an EAD, as evidence of employment authorization (Form I-9, List C #7 document).
On August 25th, USCIS announced that it will be able to delay the furloughing of 13,000 employees (nearly 70% of workforce) previously scheduled to begin August 30th. USCIS now expects to be operational at least through September 30, 2020.