Three Things to Know When Applying for an Investor Visa

Coming to the United States using an investor visa could be a great way to start your road to the American dream™. There is no one cookie cutter way to apply for an investment visa. However, there are several things to do to increase your chances of success. Here are three of them: First, hire…

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USCIS Redesignates Syria for TPS

The Department of Homeland Security redesignated Syrian nationals for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Temporary Protected Status is a status used by the government to halt the deportation of persons in the United States from countries where there is some sort of disaster or civil strife. USCIS designated Syria after the beginning of its civil war…

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Three Immigration Events to Track in 2015

We are all excited about the new year and the great things it will bring when it comes to immigration. We are all excited about the roll out of President Obama’s plans under his executive orders. However, three things might happen to spoil his plans, and we will discuss them here. 1. Will the Republicans…

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Applying for an E1/E2 Visa

One of the options that investors and traders could have to open businesses and gain entry into the United States is to apply for an E1 or and E2 visa. E1 and E2 visas are treaty based visas that allow investors (E2) or traders (E1) to come to the United States, open businesses, and remain in the…

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Intra-Company Executive Visas: A way to Jump-Start our Economy

Our economy had been struggling to create jobs, and one way to move forward is to increase hiring by allowing international companies to more easily expand into the United States. The law allows a company located outside the United States to petition for one of its executives or managers to come to the United States…

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