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From top athletes to top companies, South African native Leon Versfeld guides clients through immigration law with a global touch. After working as an advocate of the High Court of South Africa for almost two...
President Barack Obama’s executive order on dealing with the issue of illegal immigration sparked heated debate on Friday. Of the 11 million people living in the United States illegally, Obama would allow 5 million to...
Born and raised in the country transformed by the anti-Apartheid icon, Kansas City resident Leon Versfeld finds sadness but celebration in the passing of icon Nelson Mandela. “How fortunate are we to live during the...
The annual race for H-1B visas is under way, but if you’re only starting your application now, it’s probably already too late. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services opened a weeklong window Monday for companies to...
Businesses and developers looking for creative financing may want to consider a federal program that allows foreign investors to essentially buy their way into the country. View Full Article
As COO and general counsel for Sporting Kansas City, Greg Cotton deals more with green cards than the red and yellow cards that usually pop up in a soccer game. But mostly, he concentrates on achieving...
* Versfeld & Hugo, managing member * University of Pretoria, South Africa * Immigration law Leon Versfeld applies a global perspective to help his clients navigate a complex sea of immigration law. A native of...
A love for rugby, the practice of law and the woman he eventually married kept Leon Versfeld in the United States. The South African expatriate landed in Kansas City in 2000 on a simple visit...
- USCIS Updates Policy Guidance for Certain Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny
- USCIS Updates Notice to Appear Policy Guidance to Support DHS Enforcement Priorities
- USCIS to Celebrate Independence Day by Welcoming 14,000 New Citizens
- Celebrating Independence Day 2018 with Naturalization Ceremonies
- New Data Shows Criminal Arrest Histories of DACA Requestors
- USCIS Efforts Lead to Prison Sentence for Fremont Business Owner over Role in Visa Fraud Conspiracy and Other Crimes
- USCIS Helps Get Conviction in Asylum Fraud
- USCIS Efforts Lead to Sentencing of Florida Woman for Obtaining U.S. Citizenship by Fraud and False Statements
- Re-Registration Period Now Open for Hondurans with Temporary Protected Status
- USCIS Redesigns Citizenship and Naturalization Certificates
- SAVE Goes Completely Paperless
- Grand Rapids Man Sentenced For Felon Firearm Possession and Falsely Attesting U.S. Citizenship
- USCIS to Implement Online Processing of FOIA Requests
- USCIS Expands Online Filing
- DHS Announces Additional Visas for Foreign Workers to Assist American Businesses at Risk of Failing
- DHS Proposes to Remove the International Entrepreneur Rule
- USCIS Efforts Lead to Sentencing in Immigration Fraud Case in the CNMI
- Re-Registration Period Now Open for Temporary Protected Status for Nepal
- Airline Staffing Executive Sentenced to Prison for Years of Immigration Fraud
- USCIS and the Justice Department Formalize Partnership to Protect U.S. Workers from Discrimination and Combat Fraud