Overcoming Challenges with Acceptance and Focus.
Almost every day now, our clients receive an unreasonable Request for Additional Evidence (RFE) from USCIS. Or we are strategizing with an employer about a heartbreaking situation with a qualified, talented, hardworking individual who didn’t get a work visa. And we’re all puzzled as to how to continue to stay upbeat. How are others handling these distressing situations?
As we move through this blizzard of bureaucratic immigration barriers, we are partnering with our clients to accept the challenge, learn from the experience, and embrace an alternative positive solution. We’re taking these challenges as opportunities to grow, become better as a team, and have the best impact on our clients' goals and our world.
Accepting the challenges, celebrating the successes, and staying focused on positive options gives us and our clients the strength and optimism we need to move forward. We value our clients’ partnership and the opportunity to positively communicate with them about the new processes, educate them about the changes, and empower them with solutions.
In this newsletter, we share several articles to help you stay informed and compliant: an update about the FY 2020 H-1B cap-subject petitions, guidance about the F-1 OPT work authorization verification, and news about the latest immigration reform proposal from the President. You can also read about what the Marks Gray immigration team has been up to in our community, professionally and personally.
As always, thank you for your readership, partnership, and referrals.