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Moore & Van Allen’s Immigration practice is dedicated to providing comprehensive and efficient client services in global business immigration and nationality law and related employment matters.  Our goal is to navigate the regulatory environment with speed and skill, allowing companies to realize the benefits of their greatest asset – their people. 

Our attorneys advise on U.S. immigration matters in a wide range of visa categories to ensure the effective international movement and relocation of employees and new hires to and between countries worldwide.

Moore & Van Allen’s corporate clients and foreign national clients can access information on specific cases through our case management system


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  • August 2020

    Since our last update, there have been a variety of important changes impacting the U.S. immigration system amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. These changes include continued flexibility in the compliance realm as well as the resumption of in-person services in the U.S. and abroad, to name a few. The most significant changes and updates are highlighted below.

  • MVA COVID Resource Center
    June 2020

    Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S., the Trump Administration has issued a variety of Executive Orders aimed at restricting U.S. Immigration. Yesterday, the White House announced the continuation of its order suspending the entry of certain immigrants as well as announced additional restrictive measures directed at suspending the entry of nonimmigrant workers. Specifically, this latest Proclamation will suspend the entry of new H-1B, H-2B, L-1, certain J-1 nonimmigrants, and their accompanying dependents unless they qualify for one of the limited stated exemptions. The application of the ban to Canadian nationals seeking admission in these categories, who are not required to obtain a visa to enter the United States, is still unclear.

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