The Year in Immigration – 2023 Popular Reads on JD Supra | Beacon Insights by JD Supra

For your reference, here’s a quick look at some of the most widely read immigration-related updates, news, and commentary published on JD Supra throughout 2023.

  1. USCIS to Revert to 180-day EAD Automatic Extension Starting October 26, 2023 – by Anna Scully, Melissa Azallion Kenny, and

    Jonathan Eggert at Burr & Forman

  2. 2025 DV Lottery Registration Open Oct. 4 to Nov. 7 – by Turid Owren, Melina LaMorticella, Melany Savitt, and Alan Perkins at Tonkon Torp

  3. Canada Makes a Competitive Play for H-1B Holders – by Amanda Goodman and Lucie Guimond at Ogletree Deakins

  4. Good News Is on the Horizon for Green Card Applicants – by Jacqueline Lentini McCullough at Amundsen Davis

  5. Florida Bill 1718: Potential Impact on Employers and Employees in Florida – by David Adams and Scott Bettridge at Cozen O’Connor

  6. Registration for 2025 Diversity Visa (Green Card) Lottery Opens Oct. 4, 2023; Israel Added to the Visa Waiver Program – by attorneys at Kramer Levin

  7. In-Person Inspection of I-9 Documentation to Resume Following End of COVID-19 State of Emergency – by Julie Levinson Werner and Jessica Kriegsfeld at Lowenstein Sandler

  8. Diversity Visa Lottery Now Open for FY 2025 – by Irem Dogan and Michelle Guardado at Gibney

  9. The No Brainer Immigration Prediction for 2023: Homeric Backlogs and Delays – 10 Notes to Self for Surviving – by Kathleen Campbell Walker at Dickson Wright
  10. Retrogression and Further Delays Expected in the Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Process During May 2023 – by Anthony El-Hashem at Akerman
  11. FY2025 Diversity Visa Lottery Registration – by Elizabeth Olivera and Frances Rayer at Cozen O’Connor
  12. January 2023 Global Immigration Alert – by Gabriele Vennewald at Seyfarth Shaw
  13. U.S. Government Investigates H-1B Visa Lottery Irregularities – by Christine Fabin, Kelli Meilink, and Murty Gollakota at Husch Blackwell


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