Varnum (Michigan): Immigration Consequences of Temporary Layoffs/Furloughs

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of Labor have not issued any special exceptions or guidance for temporary layoffs related to COVID-19 business shutdowns. Employers contemplating temporary layoffs should consider the immigration consequences both to the employer and employees. Generally, employment must continue for an employee to maintain immigration status with a maximum 60-day grace period to find new employment or leave the U.S. after the last day worked. MORE.

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