New, Higher USCIS Filing Fees Take Effect April 1, 2024

Many USCIS filing fees are being adjusted upward beginning on April 1, 2024. That date, of course, is particularly significant. It is the earliest date that Cap H-1Bs can be filed. The... Read more »

US Supreme Court to determine whether exhaustion of state administrative remedies is required before filing federal civil rights claim – JURIST

The US Supreme Court agreed Friday to determine whether a plaintiff must first exhaust all state administrative remedies before bringing a federal civil rights claim before a court. The case, Williams v.... Read more »
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Citizenship and Immigration Services Announces H-1B Electronic Filing

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced it will soon launch online organizational accounts and electronic filing for H-1B petitioners. Key Points: USCIS said it would launch organizational accounts next month for both non-cap filings... Read more »

Judge Introduced Harry Potter House Points To Get Lawyers To Use Electronic Filing

It’s 2023 and no one should be making paper filings unless they are in fact incarcerated. The technology is not difficult. PACER tries to make it unnecessarily difficult, but even with all... Read more »

The 2022 EEO-1 Filing Platform Is Opening Soon: Key Takeaways From the Updated Data Collection Instruction Booklet and FAQs

As we move closer to the October 31, 2023, opening date of the 2022 EEO-1 filing platform, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued an updated instruction booklet and set... Read more »

Deadline For Employers’ Federal EEO-1 Filing Now Due on Dec. 5, 2023

Topics: Legal Information After multiple delays, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) EEO-1 filing deadline is locked on December 5, 2023 (for data pertaining to 2022). All private sector employers... Read more »
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