The Immigration Department of Schubert, Gallagher, Tyler & Mulcahey provides a full range of representation for both individuals and businesses in a wide variety of immigration matters before the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of Labor, U.S. Consulates and the State Department. We represent clients in proceedings before the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals and in Federal Court. Since immigration matters are governed by federal law, we can represent clients in any state.
We work with individual clients in identifying their best options and strategies in obtaining such benefits as work authorization, permanent resident status and citizenship.
We work with business clients in developing corporate immigration strategies for their companies and employees.
Our clients are updated on a regular basis on any and all legislative and agency developments that might affect their cases.
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Cap-Subject H-1B Petitions
Diversity Visa 2006 Green Card Lottery
Changes to H-1B and L-1 Visa Programs
USCIS Implements H-1B Visa Reform Act of 2004
USCIS Announces the Number of H-1B Petitions Filed to Date Under H-1B Visa Reform Act
USCIS Announces New Filing Procedure For Form I-90
News Article - Court Decision Regarding Undocumented Workers
Additional H-1B Visa Count
Changes to I-864 Documentation
Update - Court Decision Regarding Undocumented Workers
H1-B Petition Cap Reached
Pending Immigration Reform Bills in the Senate
Mohawk Industries Update
The Supreme Court hears Oral Argument in Mohawk Industries Case
H-1B Cap is Already Reached for FY 2007
U.S. Supreme Court remands Mohawk Industries case
Affidavits of Support
H1B Advanced Degree Cap is Reached
Information on 2008 Diversity Visa Lottery
Department of Homeland Security Announces Change in Passport Requirement
109th Congress Adjourns with Action on P Visas and Physicians and Nurses in Underserved Areas
USCIS Announces New Biometrics Procedure for Removing Conditions on Permanent Residence
Dream Acts Introduced in Senate and House
Will the FY 2008 H-1B Cap be Reached on April 2, 2007 - the First Possible Day for Filing?
H-1B Cap Reached on April 2, 2007
April 9 Announcement regarding Premium Processing and the FY 2008 H1-B Cap
April 24, 2007 - USCIS Announces that U.S. Masters Degree Exemption H1B Cap Still Not Reached
May 4, 2007 – U.S. Master’s Degree H1B Cap is Reached
Dramatic Increases in Application/Petition Filing Fees Announced by the USCIS
Safe Harbor Provisions and No-Match Letters for Employers Regarding Employment of Aliens
Temporary Restraining Order against Enforcement of No-Match Regulation is Extended
Immigration Law Expertise:
Forms of Relief from Removal
Visas and Citizenship