U.S. Imposes Restrictions on Travel from South Africa + Seven Other Countries

The U.S. has this week imposed new travel restrictions on South Africa and seven other African countries following the emergence of the new Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus. Under a proclamation from the White House which took effect at 12:01am EST Nov 29, the U.S. has banned entry to most foreign (immigrant and non-immigrant) nationals who have been present in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa or

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USCIS Conducts Third H-1B Cap Lottery

USCIS has conducted its third random selection from previously submitted FY 2022 H-1B registrations. The agency conducted its initial selection in March after receiving more than 308,000 registrations, and undertook a second lottery in July. USCIS said that it determined that it needed to select additional registrations in order to reach the FY 2022 H-1B application cap, including the advanced degree exemption. Those who have submitted their registrations and have

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Feed the Need at the Town Hall

On Tuesday, November 23rd, we spent the day helping to serve Thanksgiving dinners to needy/homeless adults and low-income children from various local schools at the annual Feed the Need that took place, as always, at the Town Hall on West 25th Street.

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Ms. Wong awarded Cleveland Heritage Medal

On Thursday evening, November 18th, we accompanied Ms. Margaret W. Wong and her family to the Rotunda in Cleveland City Hall where the Cleveland Heritage Medal was bestowed upon her, as the Founder and Managing Partner of Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC, as well as several other most worthy recipients.

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Lebanon Day at Cleveland City Hall

The continuing worsening economic/humanitarian crisis in Lebanon loomed prominently in the background during the Lebanon Day gathering in the Rotunda at Cleveland City Hall on the evening of Friday, November 19th.

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Voting Rights Rally

On Saturday afternoon, November 13th, we went to the Free Stamp area in Willard Park to attend a rally on behalf of the Freedom to Vote Act which is, at the time of this writing, pending a vote in the United States Senate.

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