Recently by Theodore (Ted) Ruthizer
A New Day In Immigration?
Editor: Please review for our readers the principal immigration reform proposals in the Border Security and Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013. Ruthizer: The main provisions of a very broadly drafted and comprehensive reform proposal would grant legalization to...Read More
Recent Developments In Immigration Law
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS") has been making unannounced site visits at companies that file H or L work visa petitions for their workers. For the most part, the visits have focused on a company's H-1B workers. The United States Department of Labor ("DOL") also...Read More
A Broken Immigration System In Need Of Reform
Editor: There is much publicity today about Arizona's enactment of a state law regarding what many consider an illegal interference in questioning random persons within its borders. There are those who support the action of the Arizona legislature in enacting the law as necessary in view of the...Read More
A New Day Coming For Immigration Reform?
Editor: Would you first tell our readers something about your background in immigration law? Ruthizer: I have been practicing immigration law for more than 25 years, and I concentrate my practice in the field of business immigration law. In addition to practicing law, I also teach immigration...Read More
Business Immigration: Bringing The Best And Brightest Into The U.S. In The Face Of Increasingly Stringent Restrictions
Editor: Would each of you gentlemen tell our readers something about your professional experience? Koestler: I am a partner at Kramer Levin and a member of the business immigration group. I have been practicing in this area of the law since 1993. I am a former Chair of the New York Chapter of...Read More