For years now, Berd & Klauss, PLLC have been helping hundreds of clients with immigration-related issues. As highly-respected immigration and H-1B lawyers, they have enabled people to procure work authorizations, permanent residences, visas, and green cards. They have also helped turn lives around by providing exemplary deportation defense--no small feat in a metropolis like NYC, whose vitality has been defined by the disparate cultures within it. In a city widely branded as "the crossroads of the world," the significance of immigration attorneys cannot be understated.
Immigration law is a changeable entity. Most recently, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a TPS (Temporary Protective Status) extension for Sudan on September 2. This means that employment authorization documents are valid for another 6 months---which equates to a deadline of May 2, 2015.
In other words, TPS beneficiaries with Employment Authorization Documents (EADS) with expiration dates of November 2, 2014, may continue to work until May.
All these new stipulations and legal definitions are of paramount importance---not just to TPS beneficiaries, but to the businesses and corporations who employ them.
Negotiating the mechanics of such new laws can, inevitably, be labyrinthian, but Berd & Klauss, PLLC, are consummate experts at guiding their clients through the immigration maze. Moreover, they're reasonable and affordable.They work extensively with the Immigration Appeals Office, Custom and Borders Protection, the Department of Labor, and many other organizations.
With the end of the TPS-Sudan extensions approaching, the time for action (and for ensuring a better future) is now. For a free telephone consultation, contact Berd & Klauss, PLLC today at (212) 461-7152.