Immigration, Latest

Employment Authorization for Spouse of L-1 and E Nonimmigrant Workers

Certain nonimmigrants are authorized to engage in employment incident to their immigration status.

Immigration, Podcast

The Obscurity to Authority Podcast with Doug McCullough

Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce Director, Doug McCullough, recently sat down with Darren Cabral


Immigration Survey

The Canada Texas Chamber of Commerce (CTCC) is conducting a survey to learn about the experience

COVID-19, Immigration

Agency Declarations and Federal Litigation Continue to Reshape U.S. Immigration Policy

The policies and processes associated with U.S. immigration law have changed more frequently and


CTCC Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) Statement

On July 6, 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs

Immigration, Policy

Canadians are Exempt from the Proclamation Suspending Entry to the U.S.

A presidential proclamation announced on June 22, 2020 suspended entry to the U.S. by a broad range


Entry to the U.S. is Suspended for Most Immigrants and Nonimmigrants

On June 22, 2020 the President issued a new Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens to the United


Considerations for Nonimmigrant Workers Traveling Internationally

There are several considerations that should be evaluated by any nonimmigrant worker prior to

COVID-19, Immigration

Trumps Limits Immigration to the U.S. by Presidential Proclamation

At one minute before midnight on April 23, 2020, a new Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry

COVID-19, Immigration

Trump Suspends Immigration to the U.S.

Late on April 20, 2020, President Trump posted a tweet announcing he was suspending immigration to

Immigration, Trade

Updated Travel Restrictions Between the U.S. and Canada

Effective March 18, 2020, certain travel restrictions were introduced between the United States and