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Prior to COVID-19, Immigration practitioners across the US were already grappling with ever-changing immigration policies, rapid increases in Requests For Evidence (RFE) and heavy spikes in denials.  Now, in just a matter of weeks, the 2019 novel coronavirus has taken a dramatic toll on people and businesses across the globe, including an unprecedented impact on immigration worldwide. As America begins to slowly reopen, many immigration practitioners are shifting their focus on how to best move forward, how to promote safe and sustainable growth across their organization and how to best service employees and clients. The fact of the matter is,…
By: John Fay Published On: Mar 26, 2020 https://www.lawlogix.com/covid-19-update-uscis-provides-i-9-guidance-on-expired-drivers-licenses-and-state-ids/ mailto:?subject=I%20thought%20you%20might%20be%20interested%20in%20this%20article.&body=https://www.lawlogix.com/covid-19-update-uscis-provides-i-9-guidance-on-expired-drivers-licenses-and-state-ids/%0D%0D%0DRead%20more:%0Dhttps://www.lawlogix.com/covid-19-update-uscis-provides-i-9-guidance-on-expired-drivers-licenses-and-state-ids/ During the past few weeks, many states across the US have been closing their DMV branch offices to the public in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). As a result, individuals may be unable to apply for a new driver’s license or state ID, particularly when an in-person visit is required. To minimize customer inconvenience, many of these states are either extending the validity of the driver’s licenses and state IDs automatically or in some cases, simply limiting enforcement in the event of traffic stops. But as…