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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 | Immigration Law, H2B Visa | 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 | Immigration Visas, E2 Visa | 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 | Immigration Law, Deportation Defense | 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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What are the requirements for EB5 Visa?

by Harry Tapias | January 23, 2018 | Eb-5, Immigration Visas | 0 Comments

The EB-5 program was created in 1990 by Congress to spur job creation and economic growth. Through this program, immigrant entrepreneurs are allowed to apply for green cards by investing in businesses that create jobs and promote economic growth. Ten thousand visas are available each year..

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How is the Trump administration affecting the H1B Visa Lottery? Updated November 28, 2017

by Harry Tapias | December 1, 2017 | Trump Administration & H1B Visa | 1 Comment

The H1B Visa Lottery process is a system of selection which is used to reach an imposed annual quota on the number of foreign nationals which will be allowed to enter the U.S. each year. The Lottery is run by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for the purpose of..

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What documents do I need for an h1b renewal?

by Camilo Espinosa | November 29, 2017 | H1B Renewal Documents | 0 Comments

A foreign worker holding an H1B visa can stay within the United States and work under that employment-based visa for up to six years. The H1B visa is designed for foreign workers with specialized skills and at least a bachelors degree or its global equivalent.

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What is the process for an h1b renewal?

by Harry Tapias | November 28, 2017 | h1b renewal | 0 Comments

The H-1B visa is extraordinarily popular for good reason. It provides an array of advantages for foreign nationals with employment opportunities in the United States. You have to go through a series of hoops and ladders to obtain the H-1B visa so you should make a concerted effort to renew it in..

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What are the H1B Transfer Documents That I Need?

by Camilo Espinosa | November 9, 2017 | h1b tansfer documents | 0 Comments

Your H1B visa is still transferrable from your original sponsoring employer to another H1B employer. This is called “portability.” Portability occurs when the beneficiary changes employer. The rules for such transfers are established by the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration..

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