Which employment-based visas allow me to travel to the U.S. as an investor?

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It’s no secret that the U.S. market is one of the most lucrative in the world to invest in. The rewards to be gained are usually high, and if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. In fact, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, $4.98 trillion was invested in the U.S. by foreign capital. After all, …

What are some temporary work visas that allow foreign workers to seek job opportunities in the U.S.?

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Each year, thousands of immigrants around the world travel to the U.S. as tourists, investors, or workers. According to the Department of Homeland Security, in 2020, around 2 million foreigners migrated to the United States in search of better job opportunities. But you may ask yourself, how can I also migrate to the U.S. in search of better opportunities? What …

What is the difference between E-2, L-1, and EB-5 visas?

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If you have thought about starting a business in the United States, there are multiple employment-based immigration processes that could help you grow your venture. In this blog article, you will learn which Employment-Based visa categories are best suited for you to build your business portfolio in the U.S.          What is the E-2 visa? The E-2 visa allows …

Despite Rumors, Biden Continues To Keep Proclamations 10014 and 10052 In Place

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It has been rumored that President Biden will rescind Proclamations 10014 and 10052. Proclamation 10014 instituted a sweeping ban on the entry of immigrants and nonimmigrants to the United States, including spouses and children of green card holders applying at a U.S. Consulate or Embassy abroad, parents, siblings, and children of U.S. citizens, EB-1A extraordinary ability immigrants and their family …

Conozca sus derechos: protecciones para todos los inmigrantes dentro de sus hogares

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En los Estados Unidos tenemos ciertos derechos garantizados por la Constitución de los Estados Unidos. Esos derechos se aplican a todos, independientemente de su estatus migratorio. Algunos derechos están más protegidos que otros. Por ejemplo, su casa (y su carro) tiene protecciones especiales que los espacios públicos no tienen. Comprender y familiarizarse con esos derechos puede ayudarlo a navegar encuentros …

Comment on the Draconian Proposed Rule Changes to Asylum Law

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Dear Attorney General Barr, Director McHenry, Assistant Director Reid, Acting Secretary Wolf, Senior Official Mizelle, Senior Official Cuccinelli, Division Chief Dunn, and Administrator Ray:   While I am not stunned that each of you would react to President Trump’s likely departure from the White House by proposing radical, drastic and unnecessary changes to our, mostly, treaty compliant asylum rules, I …

El USCIS es Forzado a Terminar su Regla Itineraria Ilegal

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En los últimos dos años, los Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los Estados Unidos (“USCIS”) han atacado a los trabajadores de ocupación especializada H-1B y a los empleadores que los patrocinan en el área de consultoría de TI. Este problema se remonta a el Neufeld Memo de el 2010. El Memo estableció pautas para las relaciones entre empleadores y …

Reglas de Inmigración para Finales de Mayo 2020 que Puede Usar- La regla de Itinerario H-1B ha Muerto!

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Tribunal Federal falla contra USCIS en el Caso del ‘Itinerario’ H-1B El 20 de mayo del 2020, un juez de distrito de los EE. UU. En Atlanta, Georgia, descubrió que ninguna ley o reglamento requiere que un peticionario presente un itinerario detallado en la forma requerida por un nuevo memorándum interpretativo del Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los EE. …

Late May 2020 Immigration News You Can Use—The H-1B itinerary Rule is Dead!

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Federal Court Rules Against USCIS in H-1B ‘Itinerary’ Case On May 20, 2020, a U.S. district judge in Atlanta, Georgia, found that no statute or regulation requires a petitioner to submit a detailed itinerary in the way required by a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) new interpretive memorandum. The court found no basis in the law or regulations “for …

USCIS is Forced to End its Illegal Itinerary Rule

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Over the last two years there has been an assault by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) on H-1B specialty occupation workers and the employers who sponsor them in the IT consulting arena.  This issue actually dates back to the 2010 Neufeld Memo.  The Memo laid out guidelines for employer-employee relationships at third-party worksites.  It was then followed by USCIS’ …