Responding To A 'Notice Of Intent To Revoke' From DHS
We live in an era of increased immigration enforcement. While the US Department of Homeland Security immigration enforcement mechanisms that grab headlines tend to be worksite raids or I-9 penalties, an increasingly common DHS enforcement tactic is the issuance of a notice of intent to revoke (NOIR). Although a variety of nonimmigrant visas can be revoked, the focus of this article is the H-1B and L-1 visa categories, given the increasing prevalence of NOIRs in these nonimmigrant classifications.
*This article was first published in Law360.