USCIS has announced that it will begin premium processing of H-1B petitions subject to the H-1B cap for Fiscal 2015 no later than April 28, 2014. (See www.uscis.gov). The annual “cap” on H-1B visas is 85,000. Normally, paying an additional filing fee of $1,225 and filing Form I-907 with an H-1B petition guarantee a response from USCIS by the 15th calendar day after the date that USCIS receives the H-1B petition. Now, USCIS is warning that the guaranteed 15-day premium processing period may begin as late as April 28th, and that, therefore, a response on petitions could come as late as May 13, 2014. … [Read more...] about H-1B Cap Premium Processing Re: Employment-Based Immigration
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Thankfully, those who aren't sure how to show dad how grateful they are may be in luck this year. Several restaurants are providing promotions to honor dads, which allows kids the chance to treat dad to a special meal while saving a little money. Here all the special deals (and some freebies) you can take advantage of this Father's Day. … [Read more...] about Father’s Day Freebies 2018: 22 Places To Get Discounts And Meals On June 17
The appellate court affirmed the county’s assessment, concluding tax is owed on 100 percent of the club seat ticket price and on 60 percent of the luxury suite and Skyline Suite licenses. For club level seats, the court reasons that a person who wants to watch a game from a club seat cannot get to a seat without paying the privilege license fee, relying on its decision in Stasko v. City of Chicago, 2013 IL App (1st) 120265 (Sept. 30, 2013). In Stasko, the court found taxable under the City of Chicago amusement tax (substantively similar to the county tax) permanent seat license (PSL) fees that had to be paid before purchase of a season ticket for a specific seat location. … [Read more...] about Bear Down: In a Preseason Loss to Cook County’s Poor Play, the Appellate Court Finds Chicago Bears Ticket Holder Amenities Taxable
Typically, insurance carriers charge policyholders a premium of approximately five to twenty percent of the value of the prize being offered. However, the premium will vary based on the type of promotion and the statistical likelihood of the customers winning. The three most significant factors in determining the premium level are: (1) the difficulty of the promotion; (2) the number of attempts to win; and (3) the value of the prize. … [Read more...] about What Do You Get When You Cross March Madness With Insurance?