When we work with clients, lawyers and staff at The Quinn Law Firm are dedicated to ensuring clients fully understand their rights and options. We pride ourselves on compassionately listening to clients describe their situations and providing them with the information they need in order to make guided, educated decisions about their cases.
Whether clients are in need of immigration assistance, information on workers’ compensation benefits, Social Security Disability appeals advice or employment law advocacy, we are here to help.
Below are a list of articles we have written which provide a great deal of information and insight into recent legal events in the area of immigration. Though these articles are immigration-focused at this time, visit our page frequently as we are constantly updating it based upon new laws and publicized legal situations that may be of interest to you.
Our Immigration Articles
- Coronavirus and H-1B visas: 3 FAQs
- Civil Rights in the Workplace: 3 Things You Need to Know
- Do you know how to apply for Social Security benefits in North Carolina?
- Handling Harassment in the Workplace: 3 Tips Every Employee Needs to Know
- How common is sexual harassment for male employees in North Carolina?
- 5 Common Signs of Discrimination at Work
- Supreme Court to hear LGBT rights cases
- 3 Things You Need to Know About U.S. Work Visas
- What rights do working moms have in North Carolina?
- Changes to H-1B lottery will favor advanced degree holders
- USCIS is making it easier to deport people for even minor errors
- Age discrimination is widespread, especially in the tech industry
- What protections do workers have against age discrimination?
- EEOC holds (for now) that gay workers are protected by Title VII
- Federal court: Transgender workers are protected by Title VII
- Getting an H-1B visa extension is now a bit more difficult
- SCOTUS may rule on constitutionality and immigration laws this session
- Commonly asked questions about the deportation process
- Over 90 percent of detention cases result in deportation
- Traveling the path to permanent residency: What you should know
- The current state of DACA
- Specialized visas are often denied
- What are common grounds for deportation?
- Immigration and business in NC in 2017: Three likely changes
- Addressing common immigration myths
- How serious are employment challenges for immigrants?
- U.S. Supreme Court to review executive action on immigration
- As international conflicts continue, displaced people seek entrée into America
- Adjustment of immigration status: Visa availability process revised
- DACA update: new statistics and a stalled lawsuit
- Data shows deportation cases against Central Americans on the rise
- Obtaining an immigrant visa for a spouse
- Helping family members enter the U.S.
- Asylum in the United States
- CDC proposes changes to health-related immigration regulations
- North Carolina considers giving undocumented immigrants driving permits
- Record number of H-1B visas leads to push for immigration reform
- Deportation waiver program for young immigrants extended
- Obama calls for deportations to be handled more humanely
- Does Budget Deal Mean Immigration Reform Likely?
- Policy change could benefit parents entangled in the immigration system
- ‘Path to citizenship’ part of federal immigration reform
- Driver’s licenses a big step forward for immigrants in NC
- Lawmakers considering a move away from family-based immigration
- Seeking asylum in the United States
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