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When a Non-US Citizen Needs to Hire Both an Immigration & Criminal Attorney...Is it Possible to Hire Two for the Price of One?


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Playing the 6th Month Travel Game As A U.S. Permanent Resident? Not a Good Idea

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Avoiding Bad Blood - The Case for Independent Immigration Counsel During the Work Visa to U.S. Permanent Resident Status Process

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"TO PANIC OR NOT TO PANIC" - When Your University Program Start Date is Approaching but still no Word from U.S. Immigration

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When EB-5 Is not Option - Consider New Reciprocal Non Immigration Visa (NIV) Laws Now Available to Chinese Nationals

The Department of State announced in 2014 that China had reached its numerical limit for the very first time. Despite the new fiscal year starting shortly thereafter (October 1, 2014), it is clear that new alternatives for U.S. business travel needs must be explored .

The Start-up or Small Business's "Ability to Pay" & The Employment Based Sponsorship Process

The ability to pay is often the most difficult part of the Green Card employment based sponsorship process. In this article, we briefly explore the options U.S. Employers have in order to prove to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS") that they indeed can pay the Foreign National's salary. The Department of Labor ("DOL") dictates the wage that must be paid for the position being offered by the U.S. Employer.

Another Way We Pay Honor To Our Armed Forces-Good News for Undocumented Military Spouses in the U.S.

Good News for U.S. Military spouses! A new Federal Regulation, called Parole in Place ("PIP"), now allows undocumented spouses to adjust status to a U.S. Legal Permanent Resident without leaving the United States. Previously, if a foreign national entered the U.S. without inspection ("EWI"), they were automatically barred from any U.S. Immigration benefit for up to 10 years.

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