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L-1A Visa intracompany manager or executive transferee The L-1 visa lets a U.S. employer move an employee from a qualified foreign company to a U.S. office. A foreign company can also issue it when sending a foreign employee to the U.S. to work and open a U.S. office. As opposed to H-1B temporary worker visas,...

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Why is USCIS implementing an Electronic Registration process for cap-subject petitions for FY 2021?   The electronic registration is intended to simplify the process of applying for a cap-subject petition by submitting a registration form online.  In previous years USCIS has required Employers to submit an entire petition.  By utilizing an online registration Employers will...

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For the past 6 months, I have been encouraging clients to file Federal Lawsuits to overcome unreasonable delays in processing petitions and to overcome wrongful denials.  I truly believe this is the only way to hold USCIS and the Department of State accountable. Recently I was contacted by a client who had received a 221g...

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Our firm is often engaged by real estate investors and entrepreneurs seeking to raise capital for their projects or companies.  A company may raise capital as either debt or equity. To raise capital as equity, a Company must undertake an offering of Securities. The definition of Securities in the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities...

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H-1B Specialty Occupation The H-1B visa is one of the most commonly used visas for companies looking to hire foreign talent. The H-1B is a dual- intent, non-immigrant visa, that requires a candidate to be working in a specialized knowledge position, that requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent or higher in a specific field. H-1B...

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Welcome to our H-1B FAQs! This guide provides quick answers to your questions about the H-1B visa program, covering eligibility, application processes, and key considerations for employers and employees. My Employer has filed an H-1B cap petition for me. When can I start work? Before you are permitted to start work you must be selected...

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