Category Archives for USA

Avoid the Most Common H-1B Mistakes

The H-1B filing period comes around only once a year and the cap is quickly reached. When filing your petition, it’s important to get things right the first time to avoid crucial delays which could disqualify

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Alternatives to the H-1B Visa

With the fiscal year cap on H-1B visas set at 85,000, many employers are looking for alternatives to bring qualified workers into their companies. Pursuing alternate visa types or schemes within the framework

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H-1B Visa: What is a Specialty Occupation?

H-1B visas are granted to qualifying persons trained and employed in specialty occupations. Many of the Requests for Evidence received by over 25% of H-1B petitions involve the question as to whether or

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Improving Immigration in Trump’s America

How Legal Immigration Reform Could Be the Key to Bringing Jobs Back to America Under the Trump Administration. Donald Trump campaigned on creating jobs for Americans and bringing companies back to America.

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How to leave the US and Move to and Work in Canada?

Are you upset about the results of the US Presidential election and want to move to another country? Many have said they would move away with Canada as a prime location. So many, that during the US presidential

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Want to Leave America? Here Are Some Recommended Destinations.

Last night, Donald Trump overcame poll predictions to become President-elect of the United States. Many people have said that, if that should happen, they would leave the U.S. If  you are one of those

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Obama’s International Entrepreneur Rule Provides Internationals a Startup Visa

President Obama’s International Entrepreneur Rule provides international entrepreneurs a welcome additional visa route into the United States. The Obama Administration’s proposed international entrepreneur

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Olympics Shine Spotlight on 10 Refugees, while 65 Million live in Darkness

The Rio Olympics are occurring during the worst refugee crisis since WWII, when the concept of “refugee” was first uttered in International Law. For the first time ever, a team of refugee athletes

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