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ttp://www.shusterman.com This presentation explains how the proposed Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill would affect employment-based immigration. Schedule a legal consultation (by Skype, telephone or in person) at https://shusterman.com/intake-secure.html. The Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill passed by the US Senate in 2013 offers a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US, mandatory employment verification, border security, entry and exit systems, and visas for both low and high-skilled workers. One major step toward eliminating backlogs would be to recapture unused visa numbers from 1992-2013 to be added to the numbers available for fiscal year 2015. For more information please visit our Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill page at http://shusterman.com/immigrationreform2013.html – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Employers responsibilities under the proposed new immigration law

Employers’ Responsibilities Under the Proposed New Immigration Law

Immigration Attorney Carl Shusterman


New immigration reform bill s 774

New Immigration Reform Bill (S.774)

  • Passed by the Senate on June 29

  • What will happen in the House?

  • No single bill as yet

  • Forcing a Vote?

  • Discharge Petition?


Employment based provisions in the bill

Employment-Based Provisions in the Bill

  • Would Change Focus of Legal

    Immigration System

  • Less Green Cards for

    Family Members

  • Would End Visa Lottery

  • More Green Cards for Those

    with Needed Skills


Temporary working visas

Temporary Working Visas

  • Registered Provisional Immigrants

  • Large Increase in H-1B Visas

  • W Visas for Semi-Skilled Workers


Employment based green cards

Employment-Based Green Cards

  • Recapture of Lost Green Cards

  • Cap-Exempt Categories

  • Merit-Based System


Cap exempt categories part one

Cap-Exempt Categories (Part One)

  • Spouses and Children of EB Immigrants

  • Persons of Extraordinary Ability

  • Outstanding Professors & Researchers

  • Multinational Executives & Managers


Cap exempt categories part two

Cap-Exempt Categories (Part Two)

  • Persons With Doctorates

  • Persons with Advanced STEM Degrees

  • Certain Physicians

  • End of 7% Per-Country Cap


Merit based system

Merit-Based System

  • Tier One: High-Skilled Workers

  • Tier Two: Low-Skilled Workers

  • 120,000 to 250,000 Workers Annually


Premium processing

Premium Processing

  • 15-Day Processing for all EB immigrant petitions

  • Premium Processing for all EB appeals


Mandatory e verify for all employers

Mandatory E-Verify for All Employers

  • 5-Year Phase-In

  • Check Photo IDs Online

  • USCIS Would Have Access to SSA Database


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