Blog Posts in 2016

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  • USCIS Will Allow Grace Period for New Form Versions
    USCIS Will Allow Grace Period for New Form Versions

    On December 23, 2016, USCIS posted a large number of new form versions with effective dates of December 23, 2016, to its website and indicated that no other versions of the forms would be accepted. ...

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  • Preparing for April 1 - the Beginning of New H-1B Season
    Preparing for April 1 - the Beginning of New H-1B Season

    by Dinh Tran , Partner, Queen City Immigration Law. (704) 741-9002 April 1 is the filing date for the annual allotment of 85,000 new H-1B visas (or statuses for those already in the United States and ...

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  • Election 2016 and the Effect on H-1B Visas
    Election 2016 and the Effect on H-1B Visas

    by Sherrod Seward , Partner, Queen City Immigration Law. (704) 741-9002 The 2016 election results do not exclusively affect families but employers are also weary of changes on the horizon. Temporary ...

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  • 2016 Election Results: What Does It Mean for US Immigration
    2016 Election Results: What Does It Mean for US Immigration

    by Dinh Tran , Partner, Queen City Immigration Law. (704) 741-9002 Many people have stayed up late last night to follow the results of the 2016 presidential elections with anxious anticipation. Others ...

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  • Seward Law Firm Forms Partnership to become Seward Tran LLP dba Queen City Immigration Law
    Seward Law Firm Forms Partnership to become Seward Tran LLP dba Queen City Immigration Law

    For Immediate Release With great excitement and optimism, we announce that the Seward Law Firm has entered into a partnership to become Seward Tran LLP dba Queen City Immigration Law. Attorney Sherrod ...

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  • Reinstating F-1 Visa - What to Do Should the Student Visa Go Wrong!
    Reinstating F-1 Visa - What to Do Should the Student Visa Go Wrong!

    The F-1 Visa is a non-immigrant Visa that permits petitioners to maintain legal status while studying in full-time academic study. The F-1 is appropriate as early as High School but is more commonly ...

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