Immigration Blog

Our immigration blog brings you the latest trends, policy, and news in immigration.

  • USCIS Will Implement H-1B Electronic Registration for FY 2021

    USCIS Will Implement H-1B Electronic Registration for FY 2021

    USCIS will implement the H-1B electronic registration system for Fiscal Year 2021 cap season, the agency announced Friday, Dec. 6, 2019.

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  • H-1B Cap Prep: How to Support Your Employees Before, During and After the Petition

    H-1B Cap Prep: How to Support Your Employees Before, During and After the Petition

    Consider these practices during H-1B cap season to improve the employee experience before, during and after the petition process.

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  • Judge Permanently Blocks 2018 Trump Immigration Policy

    Judge Permanently Blocks 2018 Trump Immigration Policy

    A federal judge issued a permanent nationwide injunction on Thursday that blocks a 2018 action from the Trump administration that would have made it harder for foreign nationals to remain in the U.S.

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  • H-1B Electronic Registration: Q&A with GIA Managing Attorney Anne Walsh

    H-1B Electronic Registration: Q&A with GIA Managing Attorney Anne Walsh

    Envoy sat down with GIA Managing Attorney Anne Walsh to learn more about electronic registration and what employers need to know going into FY 2021 cap season.

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  • Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium Returns To San Francisco This June

    Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium Returns To San Francisco This June

    Envoy is excited to announce that the Global Talent Symposium will return to San Francisco this spring, bringing together the country’s top business, public policy and human resources thought leaders.

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  • Four Components Of A Successful Global Rotational Program

    Four Components Of A Successful Global Rotational Program

    Global rotational programs can serve as a powerful employee development and retention tool when implemented effectively. These four practices will help organizations build a scalable program.

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  • Trump Administration Expands Travel Ban To Include Six Additional Countries

    Trump Administration Expands Travel Ban To Include Six Additional Countries

    The new order suspends immigrant visas for citizens of Nigeria, Myanmar, Eritrea and Kyrgyzstan. Meanwhile, citizens from Sudan and Tanzania are now barred from the U.S. diversity visa program.

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  • Three Tips to Perfect an Immigration Budget in 2020

    Three Tips to Perfect an Immigration Budget in 2020

    Planning ahead and leveraging available immigration data can help human resources teams take control of their organization’s immigration budget.

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  • Understanding Brexit’s Impact on Global Mobility

    Understanding Brexit’s Impact on Global Mobility

    The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union on January 31, 2020. Here’s a look back at how Brexit came to be and what’s next.

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  • [Infographic] The Global Talent Imperative

    [Infographic] The Global Talent Imperative

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  • Five Things Every HR Team Must Know About Immigration

    Five Things Every HR Team Must Know About Immigration

    A holistic understanding of immigration and the employees it impacts is the first step in creating a mobility program that stands out to foreign talent and delivers a positive employee experience.

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  • Inside Envoy: Our 2020 New Year’s Resolutions

    Inside Envoy: Our 2020 New Year’s Resolutions

    A new year means a fresh opportunity to set goals and revisit old ones. Here’s a look at the resolutions and mantras we plan to live by this year.

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  • The State of U.S. Immigration: 2019 Highlights and What To Expect in 2020

    The State of U.S. Immigration: 2019 Highlights and What To Expect in 2020

    Immigration will remain a hot topic going into 2020, and staying ahead means staying informed. Here's what to know about U.S. immigration in 2019 and reminders for 2020.

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  • The Global Talent Imperative: 6 Key Takeaways

    The Global Talent Imperative: 6 Key Takeaways

    In the latest report from Envoy INSIGHTS, The Global Talent Imperative, we highlight six key takeaways for talent mobility and present solutions for organizations in pursuit of the best candidates.

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  • Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium Comes to New York City This November

    Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium Comes to New York City This November

    GTS brings together business, public policy and human resources thought leaders from around the country to discuss global talent strategy and the future of work.

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  • Global Immigration: What happened in 2019 and where we’re headed next

    Global Immigration: What happened in 2019 and where we’re headed next

    Immigration made front-page headlines in 2019 not just in the U.S., but across the globe.Stay on top of the news and policy changes in Canada, Europe, Asia and elsewhere.

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  • USCIS Releases New Premium Processing Form

    USCIS Releases New Premium Processing Form

    USCIS has released its new premium processing form that accounts for the recent price increase to $1440.

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  • Envoy Global’s 2019 Awards Recap

    Envoy Global’s 2019 Awards Recap

    Envoy Global had the honor of being recognized by some notable local and national institutions for our technology, level of service, work environment and commitment to technological innovation.

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  • Recapping Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium in New York City

    Recapping Envoy’s Global Talent Symposium in New York City

    Envoy’s second-ever Global Talent Symposium (GTS) was held for the first time in New York City on Nov. 20, 2019.

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  • DHS Announces Intention To Increase Fees

    DHS Announces Intention To Increase Fees

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a notice of proposed rulemaking that will adjust U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Examinations Fee Account fee schedule.

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