New STEM OPT extension rules to extend the program have been proposed
The proposed rules preview changes to the practical training guidelines for foreign students who are currently studying or have completed studies in the academic areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the U.S. and elect to work to enhance their knowledge in a STEM field.
The latest in this regular feature from Chair Lynne Ostfeld.
Some advice to consider, provided by the presenters at a January 23, 2015, ABA webinar: International Discovery - Obtaining Foreign evidence for Use in a U.S.Trial.
Next time your case involves intellectual property, surrogacy, or international probate, you may want to consider these ideas.
Recent cases of interest to international & immigration law practitioners.
Undocumented, documented, or citizen?
This article maintains that the status of a non-citizen in the United States is not relevant and argues that such determination requires factual, statutory, regulatory, and case analysis, and requires expert opinion.
Updates in Swiss business law
Between January 1, 2015 and August 1, 2015, only one significant change has become effective from the perspective of Swiss business law.