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What Employers Should Know About No-Match Letters

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has resumed issuing “no-match letters” to employers after a hiatus of several years. Employers should know that these correction request notices can trigger immigration enforcement actions. Enforcement actions have substantially increased under the Trump administration. SSA uses no-match letters to inform employers that discrepancies exist between its records and the…

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Candidates May Have to Travel Farther for USCIS Interviews

To reduce processing times for naturalization and green card applications at its busiest field offices, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced it will transfer cases and USCIS interviews to less-busy offices.   That means if you file either Form N-400, Application for Naturalization or Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status…

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TechCrunch Taps Founder Sophie Alcorn as Expert Contributor

TechCrunch has selected Alcorn Immigration Law founder Sophie Alcorn as an expert contributor. She will write regular columns on immigration matters for TechCrunch and ExtraCrunch, which offers exclusive articles, resources, and recommendations. Sophie’s first column, What everyone at a startup needs to know about immigration, appeared on TechCrunch last week. ExtraCrunch managing editor Eric Eldon…