On October 30, 2019, a federal court temporarily blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to deny immigrant visas on health insurance grounds.
On October 28, 2019, DHS announced a bilateral deal between El Salvador and the U.S. that will extend El Salvador’s TPS designation, but may also represent the Trump administration’s final push to end TPS for El Salvador.
Effective November 3, 2019, individuals applying for an immigrant visa abroad will be required to demonstrate they will be covered by approved health insurance, or have the financial resources to pay for health care costs in the U.S.
Applicants for a U.S. non-immigrant or immigrant visa will now be required to disclose all social media user name(s) used within the previous five years, among other information, as part of the visa application process.
Is the Trump administration planning to suspend visa issuance to all citizens of sanctioned countries? A new rule paves the way.
For family offices, pay-for-performance compensation structures motivate and retain top talent while aligning the employees and family office’s interests. This article covers key considerations and best practices for developing these comprehensive compensation plans and how they can help family offices achieve success.
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The Administration today announced the President's Executive Order on Establishing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council.
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