Bander Law
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Keep informed about current issues related to U.S. immigration and nationality policies and practice

 

BANDER LAW moved to Lemon City, hired a new lawyer and announces it’s time to prepare H1B filings for April 1st.

Bander Law has exciting updates for its clients and colleagues!

We moved! Bander Law relocated permanently to 321 Northeast 59th Terrace, Miami. The firm is now its own landlord, and the new location is in the center of the thriving art and design scene in the Lemon City district of Miami. Parking is free in the parking lot at 299 Northeast 59th Terrace, next to the office.

We have a new attorney! In March, Leah Shadle joined the firm. Leah served as in-house counsel to One Laptop Per Child, Inc., an organization created to provide children around the world with a quality, innovative educational program and where she developed extensive experience with regulatory compliance matters. Additionally, she served as Co-Director of New Leaders Council (NLC) Miami, a chapter of a national non-profit, non-partisan organization that prepares, connects, and activates the next generation of leaders in Miami. Leah can be contacted at leah@bandervisa.com.

Finally, in less than one month, USCIS accepts new H-1B petitions on April 1st. As in past years, the H-1B quota will be reached in the first week that H-1B petitions are accepted. Employers must prepare now to file H-1B petitions for receipt by USCIS on April 1st. The minimum lead-time Bander Law must have to prepare and file an H-1B petition is 2 weeks. If you are an employer with H-1B candidates or an H-1B candidate with an interested employer, contact Stephen Bander at stephen@bandervisa.com to discuss. You can also schedule an Initial Consultation with him to discuss at www.calendly.com/bandervisa.