What are the H1b visa renewal requirements

by Camilo Espinosa | October 15, 2018 | h1b renewal | 0 Comments

Renewing an H1B visa can seem like a daunting task for the uninitiated but it need not be so. The first step is understanding the renewal requirements and then being sure that you meet them completely. Here is a quick rundown on what you need to know:

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H1B to EB5-Visa Alternative for Indian Nationals is a fast track to permanent residence and the December 7th, 2018 Deadline

by Harry Tapias | October 12, 2018 | visa, eb5 visa | 0 Comments

News Update:

Apply before the December 7th, 2018 Deadline

President Trump’s executive order “Buy American and Hire American” has made it more difficult for H1B candidates and H1B recipients to receive or maintain this coveted visa.  Specifically, H1B renewal petitions are no longer given..

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How Long is an H1-B Visa Good For?

by Harry Tapias | October 8, 2018 | h1b renewal | 0 Comments

An H1-B visa allows U.S.-based employers to fill positions that demand specialized expertise or talent that they find challenging to fill with the domestic labor pool. The three primary types of H1-B visas each fill a special role. These visas do not grant permanent residency. They are temporary..

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How Long Does It Take to Get the H-1B Visa?

by Camilo Espinosa | October 1, 2018 | H1B Visa | 0 Comments

The H1-B visa is a program designed to allow employers to hire foreign workers in specialty occupations.

If you're someone who's working in a field like mathematics, the social sciences, engineering or business administration, the H1-B visa program could be an amazing opportunity. 

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How Does the H-1B Visa Work?

by Harry Tapias | September 24, 2018 | H1B Visa | 0 Comments

The H-1B visa program is designed to meet the needs of employers seeking foreign workers for hard-to-fill jobs in specialized fields like medicine, economics, law, and accounting. 

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PROPOSED H-1B VISA CHANGES THAT HAPPENED UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IN 2017

by Camilo Espinosa | February 15, 2018 | H1B Visa, Immigration Law | 0 Comments

The H1-B visa program is part of the Immigration and Nationality Act. An H1-B visa allows local employers to hire foreign workers in specialty occupations like IT, accounting, and finance.

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Proposed Changes for H-1B Visa Process Could Take Effect in February

by Harry Tapias | February 13, 2018 | H2B Visa, Immigration Law | 0 Comments

The process of obtaining an H-1B visa could become significantly tougher as the Department of Homeland Security considers policy changes. The changes would make the selection process much more stringent.

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What are the E2 Visa Requirements?

by Camilo Espinosa | January 26, 2018 | E2 Visa, Immigration Visas | 0 Comments

According to the most recently enacted government regulations, an E-2 Investor Visa allows a foreign-born individual to enter the United States and then work based upon their making a substantial investment in a commercial enterprise. In addition, the applicant must also control and manage the..

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What are the L1 Visa Requirements?

by Harry Tapias | January 25, 2018 | Immigration Visas, L1Visa | 0 Comments

When a non-US executive, manager, or highly skilled employee is seeking to transfer to a United States office run by his or her employer, the L1 visa is an excellent solution. However, it is highly specialized and for specific circumstances, the bellow outlines such circumstances.

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Deportation Defenses You Need to Know

by Camilo Espinosa | January 24, 2018 | Deportation Defense, Immigration Law | 0 Comments

The most common legal defenses against deportation that an immigration attorney can make on your behalf fall under the category of relief from removal defenses.

An immigration attorney can help you understand the details of your case and potentially provide you with a defense to help you avoid..

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