Category Archives: Immigration Law

Florida Business Lawyer: How to Start a Partnership

By | October 20, 2016

When organizing and planning a business in Florida, you have the option of many entities, each of which have their advantages and disadvantages. General partnership is one of those type of entities the owners of a business can form to conduct their business operation.

What You Need to Know About Treaty Employee Visas When Immigrating to Florida

By | October 18, 2016

Treaty employees from foreign countries that have signed navigation and commerce treaties with the United States can use treaty employee visas to gain entrance to the United States. They can do this as an employee of a treaty trader who has started an import/export business between the United States and the employee’s country of origin. However, the application… Read More »

4 Benefits of Using an Immigrant Investor Regional Center

By | October 5, 2016

The United States is deemed by the world to be the land of opportunities for both job seekers and investors alike. There are more jobs and commercial opportunities here than any other place in the world. That is why most corporations and sole proprietors around the globe perceive it as the ultimate destination.

How I can immigrate to the United States through an EB-5 investment visa?

By | July 27, 2016

Many people believe that the only way to get access to residency in the United States is by getting a “green card”, but that is not so. For example, there is a program that gives foreign investors the possibility to obtain a residence permit when investing in the United States.

Immigration Myths and Misinformation

By | May 11, 2016

Immigration is a prominent issue in the upcoming 2016 presidential election. Not surprisingly, Republicans and Democrats fall on opposite ends of the “how to solve the immigration problem” spectrum. Donald Trump labeled a large swath of Mexican immigrants as criminals and pledges to build a wall along the southern border. He plans to ramp up deportations and remove… Read More »

Even a Hired Gardener Can Obtain a U.S. Green Card

By | January 13, 2016

A U.S. employer offering sponsorship to an immigrant worker stands a slim chance of successfully completing each required step. However, if the gardener has accumulated unlawful presence or overstayed his time by so many days, it can raise a major red flag and may guarantee an instant denial and an executive order of deportation.

The Flow of Immigration

By | November 2, 2015

Whether it’s the call of opportunity in a new location or the desire to escape the political problems within a country, migrating from your homeland is certainly not a new idea. Every day, many people consider the benefits of moving somewhere else. Immigration is not just a highly charged topic discussed by world leaders, but it’s also a… Read More »

The Most Common Obstacles to Attaining US Citizenship

By | February 3, 2012

Attaining U.S. citizenship isn’t as easy as it once was. In the golden age of immigration, becoming a United States citizen was often as simple as submitting to a physical examination and signing a form. Those simple days are well behind us, however, and we’re left with what is perhaps a more difficult journey to legal citizenship in… Read More »

A New Profitable EU Immigration Policy

By | December 2, 2011

Given the new globalisation effects in modern societies and the consequences of the financial crisis, EU adopted a new approach towards immigration policy. This European policy intends to establish bilateral and multilateral agreements with EU neighbours and other countries presenting immigration flows towards the EU, in order to benefit the human capital from the countries concerned.

These Three Keys Can Help You Get United States Citizenship

By | October 4, 2011

Let’s face the facts: immigrating to the United States and winning full citizenship isn’t easy. Even if the process is smooth, you’ll still have to wait at least a few years before you can take your Oath of Allegiance and apply for a passport. So why does anyone bother? Because if you handle your immigration to the United… Read More »