Foreign Investment and Trade in the United States The E visas promote trade and investment between countries. The E1 visa is reserved for treaty traders and E2 visas
L-1 and H1B visas are nonimmigrant visas for high-level workers. Both require employer sponsorship and an elevated degree of education or work experience.
One of the frustrating aspects of the U.S. immigration process is that you may get stuck in an unsatisfying job until the long process is complete. Transferring jobs may delay approval of your green card. In some cases, you may need to start from the beginning
You have a great idea and the U.S. would be the perfect place to grow your business…but you know immigrating to the U.S. is tough.
The United States recognizes the tremendous value that foreign nationals with extraordinary abilities offer to our country.
The EB-5 visa is often referred to as an investor’s visa because it is based upon your substantial investment of funds in the United States. You can also include your spouse and unmarried children under 21 years of age on your application. Unfortunately, the program is set to expire in December 2017. However, Congress has…
The E-3 visa program was launched in 2005 to allow Australian professionals access to opportunities created by the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA).
Renewing Your H1B Visa Your H1B visa is generally good for up to three years, at which point you may be eligible for one three-year extension.
Employment visas are broken down into five categories based upon unique criteria. The EB5 program began in 1990 to encourage foreign investors to make investments in the U.S. economy and to create and preserve jobs.