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Thank you for visiting Gzeca Law Group's e-Newsletter Archive!  Below you will find current and past issues of both Immigration Update and our hospitality focused e-Newsletter, Hospitality IQ (Immigration Quarterly).

We at GLG take pride in staying current in the ever-changing and complex field of immigration law.  We continuously track the latest statements, court decisions, press releases, and rulings from U.S. agencies.  We also actively participate in forums, webinars and regional and national conferences.  We do this not just because we are enthusiastic about this field, but because we know that providing excellent service requires that we stay informed as an integral part of the process.

We also understand that keeping our clients informed of the latest in immigration law helps them to optimize their annual goals and employee mobility in an increasingly global marketplace.  That is why in 2008 we began issuing two new e-Newsletters with articles written by our staff, crafted specifically for our unique client base.  We aim to find ways to continuously improve the quality and user-friendliness of these e-Newsletters with each issue.  We hope that you find them helpful and informative!

  • February 2011
  • Backlogs in Immigration Court / ICE Schedules Another Round of I-9 Audits / A Sharp Decline in Illegal Immigration / Stimulate the Economy with Immigration / Export Control Regulations
  • July 2010
  • The Department of Justice Sues Arizona Over SB1070 / Employers in the New ICE Age / A Guide to Comprehensive Immigration Reform
  • January 2010
  • Keeping the American Dream Viable for Immigrants / Green Card Applications May Advance in 2010 / Entering the U.S. or Canada as a Business Visitor / Recent Results of ICE Worksite Enforcement
  • November 2009
  • Preparing in Advance for Holiday Travel / Rep. Gutierrez on a New Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill / Facing the Backlogs for Permanent Residence / How Immigration Policies Can Save Employers Time and Money / Derivative Beneficiaries Maintaining Priority Date / Renewing Permanent Residence Cards
  • September 2009
  • Immigration Reform Needed to Prevent Brain Drain / October 2009 Visa Bulletin / Criminal Inadmissibility to Canada / Dealing With a Removal or Deportation Situation / CIS Site Visits / DHS Proposes to Rescind No-Match Rules
  • July 2009
  • The Family Side of Grzeca Law Group / DHS To Rescind Regulations Regarding Safe-Harbor Procedures / Obama Administration Supports E-Verify for Federal Contractors / Avoiding Conflicts of Interest / A Guide to Comprehensive Immigration Reform / U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez
  • June 2009
  • Merger with Sesini Law Firm / Immigration Reform Will Lead to Economic Recovery
    / E-Verify for Federal Contractors Delayed Until September 8, 2009 / K-1 FiancÚ Visa / EB-3 Visas Become Unavailable / iCERT Visa Portal System
  • March 2009
  • St. Patrick's Day Celebration / Economic Stimulus Package and the Future of Immigration / Further Retrogression for Employment-Based Green Card Applicants / Plan Early for H-2B Visas for Needed Seasonal Workers / AILA National Day of Action in Washington, D.C.
  • January 2009
  • Many See Likelihood of Immigration Reform with New Obama Administration / Dealing with Foreign Nationals in a Turbulent Economy / Changes in I-9 and Acceptable Documents Delayed Until April 3, 2009 but Still Likely / H-1B Visas Available Soon / Visa Waiver Program Travelers Must Take Extra Steps Before Traveling to the U.S.
  • November 2008
  • Election Seen as Mandate for Comprehensive Immigration Reform / Rising Epidemic of the "Brain Drain" / New Three Year TN Regulation / Constitution-Free Zone Controversy / GLG Employer Compliance Services
  • September 2008
  • Presidential Candidates on Immigration / October 2008 Visa Bulletin / ICE Scraps Scheduled Departure Program / Small Business Non-Retaliation Policy / Employment Authorization Document / GLG Employer Compliance Services
  • August 2008
  • ICE Raids / Dual Representation / Traveling to the United Kingdom / Driver's License Renewal / Importing a car / Advance Parole / New I-9 document
  • July 2008
  • More Employment-Based Green Cards on the Horizon? / CIS to Use "Facebook" to Gather Information / Don't Get Caught Using the Wrong Form I-9 / New Twist for Visa Waiver Program Travelers / National Guard Border Troops Moving On / Visas for Cohabitating Partners of Foreign Temporary Workers
  • June 2008
  • Strict Visa Requirements for Travel to China / Proposed H-2B Changes / New Homeland Security Program Allows Travelers to Speed Through Customs / Immigrant Visa Numbers for EB-3 Category Unavailable from July Through September / Right & Wrong Activities for B-Visa Visitors / CIS to Bring Back Premium Processing of I-140's / Certain Green Card Applicants to Get Longer Temporary Work Permits
  • May 2008
  • DOL Auditing an Alarming 45 percent of Applications / The Future is Hazy for e-Verify / Three Employment-Related Immigration Bills Introduced in late April / New Proposal May Increase the Period of Stay for TN Workers / Nonimmigrant Visa Application Goes Electronic / For H-1B Employee Transfers, Timing is Critical
  • April 2008
  • H-1B Cap Hit In a Matter of Days / Feds Move Forward with Controversial Social Security 'No-Match' Rules / Extension of OPT May Provide Additional Opportunities to Foreign Students / State Department Unveils Tracking System for Nonimmigrant Visas / I-94 Cards: Deceptively Small, Very Important / Applicants for Reentry Permits Must Appear for Biometrics Processing in the U.S.
  • March 2008
  • Non-H-1B Options Available / Higher Fines Against Employers for Immigration Violations / Reentry Permit Applicants Now Required to Appear for Biometrics Processing / Baltic Countries Join U.S. Visa Waiver Program, Rest of EU Could Be Next / What to do When an Employee Leaves the Company / New FBI Background Check Policy / DHS Begins Collecting 10 Fingerprints from Visitors / Quick Tips for Traveling to U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Ports of Entry
  • February 2008
  • Changes to I-9 Form and Compliance / H-1B Visas for FY 2009 / New U.S. Passport Cards / Quick Tips: U.S. Citizens Traveling Abroad
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