Elizabeth Rogers is an attorney located in Cut Off, Louisiana. She has focused much of her practice on immigration law, specifically business immigration. Her practice experience ranges from managing employee immigration matters in-house to serving many different clients and their employees in a law firm setting. Elizabeth earned her B.A. in English at Tulane University and her J.D. from Tulane University Law School, where she served as a Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.
Elizabeth is also passionate about writing, literature, and cooking. Her hobby blog dinnerandanovel.com chronicles these passions by pairing a novel with a corresponding dish that matches its essence.
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To apply for an employment authorization document card or “EAD” before being legally able to work in the United States, you need to file Form I-765 with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”).
Not every H-4 spouse is eligible for an EAD. Learn whether you are, and how to prepare and submit your application.
If you are a U.S. employer wishing to hire foreign workers and sponsor them for U.S. permanent residence (in which case they can work for you over the long term), you are no doubt interested in how long this might take.
By electing to sponsor a foreign worker for a green card, the U.S. employer is taking on several important responsibilities and must meet several obligations.
While your husband, wife, or parent goes to work, perhaps as an L, H, or TN worker, you might wish to take separate trips home once in a while. The question is, how do you make sure you follow the proper procedures for international travel?
The TN visa was created by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), to ease the path toward a visa for professional-level workers from Canada as well as Mexico.
For Mexican and Canadian citizens who practice certain professional occupations and have a job offer from a U.S. employer, TN status offers a simple route to obtain a U.S. nonimmigrant (temporary) work visa.
Obtaining a U.S. green card is a multi-step process. If you are a foreign worker seeking a green card, the first step in the process is normally to obtain a job offer from a U.S. employer.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, issues with foreign workers (such as H-1B or L-1 visa holders) being laid off are increasingly common.
If you’re recruiting for your business, you’ll want to make sure new hires are authorized to work in the United States.