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New Handbook for Employers

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently posted an updated handbook for employers. The handbook also includes guidance on how to complete Form I-9. The full text can be found here. What is included? The book first details w… Read More
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Employers Must Use Updated Form I-9

As of January 22, 2017, Employers must now use the updated Form I-9, dated 11/14/2016, according to USCIS. Form I-9 is the form for Employment Eligibility Verification. This form is used to verify identity and work eligibility of every new employee h… Read More
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Original Signature No Longer Required for Affidavit of Support

The Department of State recently announced that an original signature, or “wet ink” signature, is no longer required on submitted Forms I-864, Affidavit of Support. This change also applies to the I-864A, I-864W, and I-864EZ. The National… Read More
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Revised N-400 Form Transition Date Extended

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the transition date for the revised N-400 form has been revised. Form N-400 is the Application for Naturalization. The transition date has been extended to correspond with the date for… Read More
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About Attorney Sivaraman

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Sivaraman Immigration Law’s founder, Heather Sivaraman, brings an exceptional level of initiative, creativity and dedication to the practice of Immigration Law. A 2008 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, she is an active… Read More
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Jing Huang, Associate Attorney, holds a Master’s degree in Law from University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa and a Bachelor’s degree in Law from China Women’s University. Prior to joining Sivaraman Immigration Law, Jing worked as an attorney in China s… Read More

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