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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What is a specialty occupation?

by Camilo Espinosa | July 20, 2017 | Immigration, H1B Visa | 0 Comments

In order for a US company to employ a graduate level worker from a foreign country and for US immigration to allow them to apply for an H1B Visa, one of the criteria is that the occupation fall under the category of a specialty occupation. What exactly is a specialty occupation? Read further to..

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H1B Visa: What it is & the requirements and process

by Camilo Espinosa | July 18, 2017 | Immigration, H1-Visa | 0 Comments

The H-1B is a visa category that applies to foreigners who wish to perform services in a specialty occupation within the United States. A position that falls within the specialty occupation category must meet one of the following criteria:

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The November 13th, 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris have spurred the U.S. Government to re-examine the ease of access into the United States through the Visa Waiver Program. This evaluation has been predominantly due to concerns that a terrorist with nationality from a VWP partner country could..

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The bipartisan proposed EB-5 reform draft aimed at addressing fraud and national security concerns has trade groups and investors alike concerned about the future of the invest-for-visa program against the December 11 2015 program expiration. Here are the Big 3 Concerns:

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L-1 Visa – L-1 Visa Stamped at the U.S. Consulate in Rome, Italy

by Camilo Espinosa | November 14, 2015 | Immigration, Immigration Law, Investor Visa, L-1 Visa | 0 Comments


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Apply for an EB-3 Immigrant Visa

by Camilo Espinosa | July 22, 2014 | EB3, Immigration, Immigration Law | 0 Comments

In order to apply for an EB-3 immigrant visa preference category you must fall into one of three categories: a skilled worker, a professional, or an “other worker.” Skilled workers are people whose job required a minimum of 2 years training or work experience, not of a temporary or seasonal nature...

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Immigration: Keeping Your Family Close

Today certain immediate relatives of U.S. citizens (spouses, parents of adult U.S. citizens and minor children) may take advantage of a change what is viagra in immigration procedure that will permit them to remain close to their families in the U.S. by seeking generic viagra a provisional..

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