The EB-5 visa is rapidly becoming more popular, and as a result, many countries that offer these visas are concerned about reaching their cap. The cap is the number of applications that will be accepted within a year and it is specific to each country that is applicable for the visa. Should the cap … Read more about The EB-5 Visa Cap Dilemma
The E-2 Visa The E-2 visa is designed to allow investor to enter and work in the United States based on an investment they will be controlling while in the US. The investment is profit seeking, and is the treaty investor’s placement of capital that includes commercially at risk funds and/or assets. … Read more about What You Need to Know About E-2 Visa Treaty Investors
The EB-5 Visa is a program that was created to allow for foreign investment in the American economy. In exchange, the foreign investor is granted permanent residency in the United States. The investment must be at least $1,000,000, and create 10 jobs eligible for American workers. However, in some … Read more about Frequently Asked Questions About The EB-5 Visa
The EB-5 Visa The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program is one of the five employment-based (EB) preference programs in the United States. The EB-5 visa provides a method for eligible immigrant investors to become lawful permanent residents by investing at least $1,000,000 to finance a business in … Read more about The EB-5 Visa Process Explained
What is an O Visa? An O visa is a non-immigrant work visa for individuals who display an extraordinary level of quality, skill, and/or notoriety in the fields of sciences, arts, education, business, athletics, and film and television. The visa is also applicable to certain assistants and immediate … Read more about What is an O Visa?
What Is An H1B Visa? An H1B visa under the Immigration and Nationality Act allows for non-immigrant workers to be employed in a specialty occupation in the United States. The H1B visa program was introduced to allow International Professional and International Students the opportunity to live and … Read more about 2018 H1B Visa Employment Requirements
Obtaining a visa is without a doubt the most important requirement for a non-resident to be granted the ability to live and work in a foreign country. They allow foreign residents to enter, reside in, and leave the country that they hope to move to, usually for a mandated period of time. There are … Read more about F1 Visa vs. J1 Visa
2018 Immigration Law in America Immigration in America is a hot political topic right now and it can be difficult to distinguish between what’s hearsay and what’s law. Since President Trump has been elected into office he has been very vocal about wanting to change immigration law, and not for the … Read more about A 2018 Look at Immigrants in America
When coming to the United States of America for the first time, a foreigner needs to fill out certain forms in order to get the right visas needed to enter the country. The visas vary from person to person, but they each allow them to be in the United States for a certain amount of time. One of … Read more about What Is the J1 Visa?
The Trump administration has lobbied for “Buy American, Hire American” ever since he came into office and now the crack down on the abuse of H1B visas has just been pushed into the limelight, causing much debate and reporting about it. How did it come to this? We take a look at how the Trump … Read more about H1B Visa Timeline: The Trump Effect
The H1B visa is a temporary visa that is granted to non-immigrants with specialty occupation. People who are awarded this particular visa are employed in positions that require highly specialized skills and knowledge. Non-immigrants who work in industries like architecture, accountancy, medicine, … Read more about Most Common H1B RFE Reasons
The H1B visa is a type of employment-based and non-immigrant visa awarded to temporary workers. For a foreign non-immigrant individual to get the H1B visa, an employer needs to offer a job in the US first. The employer is usually the one to apply for the visa petition through the US Immigration … Read more about H1B RFE: 2018 Update