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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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Countries Who Are Eligible for the H-2B Visas in 2017

by Camilo Espinosa | September 1, 2017 | Immigration, H2B Visa | 0 Comments

Did you know that depending on where you live, your visa options may vary? The H-2B visa is a perfect example of this. H-2B petitions are only approved for nationals that the Secretary of Homeland Security has designated. The Department of Homeland Security publishes a list of the Eligible..

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How To Obtain a Green Card through a job offer in the USA

by Camilo Espinosa | July 27, 2017 | Immigration, Green Card | 0 Comments

A permanent residence can be obtained if the person applying has a permanent employment opportunity in the U.S., or if an employer wants to sponsor someone for a Green Card based on permanent employment in the United States. Most employment petitions require a job offer and that the employer..

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Frequently asked questions about the H-1B visa period of stay

by Camilo Espinosa | July 25, 2017 | Immigration, H1-Visa | 0 Comments

Receiving your H-1B visa can be the start of an amazing career in the United States but often doubts arise regarding the period of stay with an H-1B visa. In this blog, you’ll find the most frequently asked questions and its respective answers.

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