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Lindsey H. Steinberg

Practice Group Associate

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Lindsey focuses her practice on complex corporate immigration matters. She has significant experience handling work-related visas, including both nonimmigrant and immigrant applications and petitions; responding to federal agency audits and requests for evidence; and counseling employers on best practices related to immigration requirements, including PERM supervised recruitment.

Prior to joining Mintz, Lindsey was a business immigration associate with an immigration law firm based in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she prepared and filed H-1B, O-1, E-3, and TN visa applications and I-140 immigrant petitions, responded to H-1B requests for evidence and Department of Labor PERM audits, and advised employers on other immigration issues. Earlier in her career, Lindsey practiced with a business immigration and employment law firm in Washington, DC.

Education

  • American University (JD)
  • James Madison University (BA)

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USCIS Conducts Third H-1B Cap Lottery

November 22, 2021 | Alert | By Lindsey Steinberg

This alert covers USCIS’s November 19, 2021 announcement that it has selected an additional 16,753 registrations in a third lottery for the FY 2022 H-1B cap.
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This alert covers a USCIS settlement regarding lengthy delays in processing of Employment Authorization Document (EAD) applications for individuals in F-1 student status.
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USCIS Conducts Second H-1B Cap Lottery

August 10, 2021 | Blog | By Lindsey Steinberg

On Thursday, July 29, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the results of a second H-1B cap lottery. The agency selected an additional number of H-1B registrations from the original submissions, which occurred during the registration period from March 9 to March 25, 2021.
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will be suspending biometric screening requirements for H-4, L-2, E-1, E-2, and E-3 dependent visa holders for two years beginning May 17, 2021.
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Although no official announcement was made, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is now recommending that Canadian TN and L applicants schedule an appointment to present their applications when entering the United States at a Buffalo area border crossing.
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On July 14, the federal government’s rescinded its July 6 modification to a student exchange program that would have required nonimmigrant students to leave the U.S. while pursuing a course of study entirely online.
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This alert provides information about USCIS’s reopening of domestic offices for non-emergency appointments on or after June 4 to resume services suspended due to COVID-19.
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USCIS Settlement a Win for Staffing Companies and H-1B Workers

May 26, 2020 | Alert | By Lindsey Steinberg, John Quill

This alert provides insight on USCIS’s Serenity Info Tech et al. v. Kenneth T. Cuccinelli settlement, which overturns 10 years of policies limiting employers of certain H-1B visa holders.
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Mintz Practice Group Associate Lindsey Steinberg authored a Law360 Expert Analysis article that examined the potential impact of a recent settlement in a class action lawsuit regarding lengthy delays in processing of Employment Authorization Document applications for individuals in F-1 student status. She wrote that the settlement is welcome news for F-1 students who have been delayed in their ability to begin work following graduation due to long processing delays at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.