Employers and HR

DOL Releases Employer Guide to Participation in the H‐2A Temporary Agricultural Program

To assist prospective H-2A employers in preparing their agricultural job offers and applications, the Department of Labor has posted a new Employer Guide for Participating in the H-2A Temporary Agricultural Program. This guide summarizes and explains key regulatory requirements for a U.S. employer to participate in the H-2A Program, including what documents to file, important timeframes and deadlines, helpful filing tips, and how to contact the OFLC Chicago National Processing Center for further assistance.

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Guestbook Entry for Madhavi, United States

Name: 
Madhavi
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Nj
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Comment: 
Mr. Rajiv Khanna helped us alot with our company’s green cards and H-1B extensions. It was great working with Anna & Rena in the H-1B department and also in the green card department Seema, Richa, Prerna & Matthew helped us with PERM and I-140. Last but not least I would like to thank Leslie for scheduling the calls.    

Guestbook Entry for Arun Lanka, United States

Name: 
Arun Lanka
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Illinois
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Rajiv Saab, I have used your firm a few times in the past 3-4 years mailnly for H1 queires and a couple of times to take general legal opinion on Immigration. All the times I interacted with your firm, I found you and your staff very polite, helpful and professional. Fortunately all the cases very successful with your help. Along with you I would like to thank Anna Baker and Leslie Hager for their support. Wish you all the best and hope many others will be benefited through your firm.

DHS Publishes Notice On E-Verify Self Check System of Records

[Federal Register: February 16, 2011 (Volume 76, Number 32)]
[Notices]              
[Page 9034-9038]
From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
[DOCID:fr16fe11-78]                        

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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Office of the Secretary

[Docket No. DHS-2011-0007]

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Effects of Invalid Puerto Rico Birth Certificates on the Form I-9 Process

WASHINGTON—On July 1, 2010, the Vital Statistics Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico began issuing new, more secure certified copies of birth certificates to U.S. citizens born in Puerto Rico because of a new Puerto Rico birth certificate law. After Sept. 30, 2010, all certified copies of birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010, will become invalid. This new law does not affect the U.S. citizenship status of individuals born in Puerto Rico. It only affects the validity of certified copies of Puerto Rico birth certificates.

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