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H-1B Spouses Working Under H-4 Visas May Soon Be Forced Out Of Work

H-1B Spouses Working Under H-4 Visas May Soon Be Forced Out Of Work

The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is poised to make a decision on the employment eligibility status of H-4 visa holders, who are the spouses of those here on H-1B visas. In an update to the “Unified Agenda” under the United States Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, a decision on H-4 visas is expected to come sometime in May (which is ending soon). More broadly, the decision is poised to arrive in “Spring 2019,” which ends June…

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What Is An Evaluation?

What Is An Evaluation?

Evaluation is the process for determining whether a child has a disability and needs special education and related services. It’s the first step in developing an educational program that will help the child learn. A full and individual initial evaluation must be done before the initial provision of any special education or related services to a child with a disability, and students must be reevaluated at least once every three years. Evaluation involves gathering information from a variety of sources…

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The Top 6 Benefits of Having Your Child Evaluated For Learning And Attention Issues

The Top 6 Benefits of Having Your Child Evaluated For Learning And Attention Issues

If you’re hesitant about having your child evaluated for learning and attention issues, you’re not alone. It can be a hard decision for many parents. Some may worry that their child will be labeled or treated differently. Others may wonder if their child’s challenges are “serious enough” for an evaluation. As you make your decision, it’s important to know that there are many benefits to getting your child evaluated. Here are six reasons why a private or school evaluation can…

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