04 Dec 2019

Teleconference: Year-End Planning – Immigration Compliance

Year-end planning is the topic for the final teleconference of 2019. Murthy Law Firm attorneys will join Sheela Murthy to discuss matters including the retention of records for H1B petitions (public access files) and labor certification cases (compliance files). They look to the year ahead...

06 Nov 2019

Teleconference: Analysis of January 2017 Regulations

Attorneys at the Murthy Law Firm provide an in-depth analysis of the "Retention of EB1, EB2, and EB3 Immigrant Workers and Program Improvements Affecting High-Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers" regulation, which was published in January 2017. They discuss strategies and hidden gems for retaining and onboarding employees...

02 Oct 2019

Teleconference: Retaining Top Talent for Managers and Executives

In this teleconference Murthy Law Firm attorneys discuss strategies on how multinational companies can fast track their most valuable L1B and L1A employees to permanent resident status (commonly referred to as a green card), so that they can avail of their services beyond the 5-year...

21 Aug 2019

Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility Greatly Expanded

On August 14, 2019, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published the final rule, Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds, that greatly expands the categories of public benefits considered in the determination of whether a foreign national may be deemed a public charge (i.e., a...

21 Aug 2019

My client would like me to travel to the U.S. to attend a couple of meetings, so I am applying for a B-1/B-2 visa. Do I need to present the original invitation letter? Or, can I use a scanned copy of the letter?

Answer An invitation letter – whether it be the original or a copy – is not normally required. It can be helpful in certain situations, though. If presented during the visa application, a scanned copy typically would suffice. (21.Aug.2019)In frequent sessions of our Chat, Sheela Murthy...