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Extraordinary Ability? How to be approved in 15 days for a US visa

Getting a work visa through employment is tough these days. Ask anyone in any industry. If you are a highly skilled foreign professional, athlete, or artist – who is not currently seeking a job change – you may want to consider applying for an “extraordinary ability” visa to get into the United States. This visa…

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New International Entrepreneur Rule: 6 ways you can qualify

New USCIS regulations are going to into effect starting July 17, 2017. If you are an international entrepreneur, with a start-up or business you want to implement in the US, you should be reading this article now. What is the new International Entrepreneur Rule The new regulations are specifically designed…

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H-1B Visas – The 3 Worst Things According to Immigration

H-1B Visas – The 3 Worst Things According to Immigration

Not too long ago, Immigration finally caved in on a lawsuit filed in 2010 by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. The purpose of the legal proceedings:  To Discover So-Called “Fraud Indicators” Used by the Government to Review Petitions for H-1B Visas. However, the reality emerged as the papers were uncovered. In 2008,…

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