Employment / Immigration

What do Changes to New Hampshire’s Joint Employment Law Mean to You?

Changes in New Hampshire's joint employment law can be traced to July 2017 when Governor Chris Sununu signed Senate Bill 89, an act relative to...

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Do You Have a Great Idea and Some Capital? E-2 Visas Remain Viable Option for Entry to the U.S.

What do eBay, Pfizer, Kraft, and Google have in common?  All of these companies—and many more that are far too numerous to list here—were started...

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Immigration Enforcement is Becoming More Aggressive in 2018: Are Employers Ready for I-9 Audits From ICE?

As the French saying goes, "plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose," or "the more it changes, the more it's the same thing."  In...

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Sexual Harassment – Can Training be Improved?

In our current culture of sexual harassment, it is not only important for employers and employees to understand how to navigate a report of sexual...

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I-485 Employment-Based Interview: Here’s What to Expect

When the USCIS announced in September that they would start requiring in-person interviews for employment-based applicants who had filed an I-485 application for an adjustment...

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