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EB-1 vs. EB-2: Which Employment-Based Visa Is For You?

Are you thinking of moving or working in the United States and eventually obtaining permanent residence status? For most immigrants, obtaining a green card equates to having the right to permanently live and work in the U.S., the ability to travel abroad and reenter, and being a step closer to attaining U.S. citizenship. However, immigration […]


Relocate Your Family to the US With The EB-2 Visa

Fulfilling the dream of moving your family and working in the United States is possible through an EB-2 Visa with the right mix of talent, education, and work background. EB-2, or employment-based immigrant visa second preference category, capitalizes on a foreign national’s expertise and exceptional ability. Furthermore, EB-2 visa holders can bring their family members, […]


Business Immigration: PERM Labor Certification

Another way for a foreign national to receive lawful permanent resident status and obtain a green card is to have the Department of Labor approve his or her application for Permanent Employment Certification, and then subsequently have the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approve the Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker (Form I-140) filed […]


Visas for Investors

Foreigners who wish to invest in a business in the United States need a visa in order to do so. Their three likeliest options for visa application are EB-5, the most common, E-1, and E-2. All three will allow them to obtain legal status for their purpose in coming to the United States. EB-5 Foreign […]


Business Immigration: Work Visas

For foreign nationals to be able to work in the United States, they need a work visa. There are several kinds of work visas that foreigners can apply for. The right one for them depends on the kind of work that they’ll be doing. Most visas for employment are non-immigrant visas that allow foreigners to […]


Business Immigration in Florida

What is Business Immigration? Business immigration is when the U.S. Immigration law allows able-bodied people with the skills and talents to match the demands in the state of Florida to be admitted to work either temporarily or permanently. Business Immigration visas can be separated into two groups: the non-immigrant or temporary business visa and the […]


Which Visa, L-1 or EB-1c, is Right for You?

If you are a manager, executive, or employee with specialized knowledge, your employer may want to send you to their U.S. offices. You must obtain a particular type of visa from the U.S. government that will allow to work and live in the U.S. The type of visa you request will depend on many variables, including you and your company’s intentions and the circumstances of your case.


Commercial enterprises recognized by USCIS

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires EB-5 visa applicants to make contributions to the U.S. economy by making a substantial investment. The investments are then used in sustaining any of the following “commercial enterprises”: Single proprietor type of business General or limited type of business Joint Venture Holding company Corporation Public or private […]


Why consider applying for L-1 Visa?

Employees who work for companies that are located outside of the U.S. but that work with a company inside the U.S. are afforded the opportunity to obtain an L-1 Visa, provided they meet certain criteria. An L-1 Visa holder is able to apply for a green card after only one year, has fewer monetary obligations […]


Understanding Form I-526 of the USCIS

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is requiring foreign nationals to fill out Form I-526 if they are considering applying for an EB-5 visa so they can migrate to the U.S. Below are the things potential investors should do upon approval of Form I-526: Foreign nationals who have their Form I-526 approved by the USCIS may […]


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