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Special thanks to our guest contributor Daniel Urdiain.

In this Mobility Minute, Daniel Urdiain of our Mexico Global Immigration and Mobility practice explores the continuing challenges for those submitting immigration filings in Mexico City, as well as the current alternatives to conclude the process in the shortest amount of time.

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Special thanks to our guest contributors Anne Batter, Alexandra Minkovich, Joshua Odintz, Christopher Hanna, Etienne Couret and Derek Gumm.

After months of partisan bickering and Senate inaction, Congress finally passed another round of COVID-19 relief legislation as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, P.L. 116-260, (“CAA”), which was signed

Special thanks to our guest contributors Ginger Partee and John Foerster.

In this Mobility Minute our Global Immigration and Mobility attorneys discuss changes to the H-1B program under the Biden Administration. We will quickly review what was the final rule under the Trump Administration and provide insight on the new final rule, including practical

Special thanks to guest contributors Alessandra Faso, Tony Haque and Daniel Urdiain-Dector.

In this global video our immigration attorneys discuss the continuing challenges of employee travel between Europe, Mexico, and the United States given the myriad of issues including travel restrictions, flight restrictions, and consular closures.

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Special thanks to our guest contributors Matthew Gorman and Sandhya Sharma.

Our Global Immigration and Mobility attorneys discuss how travel restrictions are changing under the Biden Administration, and the practical impact of those changes on employers and employees. We present what was the law under the Trump Administration and what is the current legal framework.

With special thanks to Bradford Newman for this post. 

Ten U.S. senators sent a joint letter to Janet Dhillon, the chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, on Dec. 8, 2020, urging the EEOC to use its powers under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to “investigate and/or enforce against discrimination related

With special thanks to Lothar Determann for this post.

The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA) introduces sweeping changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), which already imposes an obligation on California employers to issue privacy notices to employees since January 1, 2020. These notices must be updated as

Special thanks to Liliana Hernandez-Salgado for this update.

Mexico has new teleworking regulations that were published today and will come into effect tomorrow.

The main actions that employers should implement under these new regulations are:

  • Update individual employment agreements for new employees who will be working remotely.
  • Draft agreements to include teleworking obligations for existing

We are pleased to share with you The Global Employer – Global Immigration & Mobility Quarterly Update which is a collection of immigration and mobility alerts from around the world.

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