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  • KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - What To Do if You are Stopped by ICE, Police, or the FBI
    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - What To Do if You are Stopped by ICE, Police, or the FBI

    We live in a turbulent time. The law is constantly changing and the immigrant community continuously receives conflicting information about what to do if they are stopped by Immigration and Customs ...

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  • KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - If You are Stopped by ICE, FBI, or Police
    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - If You are Stopped by ICE, FBI, or Police

    We live in turbulent times where the law is constantly changing and the immigrant community continuously receives conflicting information about what to do if they are stopped by Immigration and ...

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  • O-1 Visa and
    O-1 Visa and "Self-Petitioning" as an Entrepreneur

    The O-1 , like most employment-based visas, require a sponsoring employer. Unfortunately, there is no self-petitioning option. Yet, entrepreneurs can create a company to petition themselves so long as ...

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  • The New National Interest Wavier Standard, Dhanasar
    The New National Interest Wavier Standard, Dhanasar

    The National Interest Waiver, under the EB-2 category, is popular because it allows applicants to apply for permanent residency (a green card) without a job offer and without the time-consuming PERM ...

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  • USCIS Suspends Premium Processing for H-1Bs
    USCIS Suspends Premium Processing for H-1Bs

    On March 20th USCIS announced that it has suspended premium processing for H-1B visa applications. Premium processing allows applicants to know whether they have been selected for an H-1B visa within ...

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  • What is the Labor Certification or PERM Process in Employment Immigration?
    What is the Labor Certification or PERM Process in Employment Immigration?

    The majority of employment-based immigration categories require you to have a job offer from a United States employer. This employer is the sponsor (petitioner) and you are the beneficiary. For these ...

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