Why become a U.S. citizen?

2019-06-09T18:00:39-04:00

In my profession, I get asked this question a lot. SMA assists many people to get permanent residence in the U.S., either through company sponsorship, self-sponsorship (extraordinary ability) or through family petitions or asylum applications, [...]

Why become a U.S. citizen?2019-06-09T18:00:39-04:00

How I Feel About President Trump’s (sh**thole) Comment

2018-01-13T10:22:57-05:00

Six years ago, I wrote my first ever blog, titled “U.S. Immigration Policy: Don’t give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”, discussing the trend towards an increasingly selective and [...]

How I Feel About President Trump’s (sh**thole) Comment2018-01-13T10:22:57-05:00

The changing face of diversity in the US

2017-11-15T14:00:15-05:00

The changing face of diversity in the US, based on Immigration Policy Changes by the Trump Administration – “Merit-Based Immigration” The memo titled “Immigration Principles and Policies” was published by the White House last week, [...]

The changing face of diversity in the US2017-11-15T14:00:15-05:00

Coming To America Webinar

2017-08-16T16:07:41-04:00

Coming to America: Legal and financial planning challenges faced by practitioners when advising immigrant clients Thursday, August 17, 2017 | 2pm ET / 11am PT This webinar will review the legal issues/challenges to becoming a [...]

Coming To America Webinar2017-08-16T16:07:41-04:00

Building the Mexican Wall and Why It Won’t Solve America’s Illegal Immigration Problem

2017-01-30T16:53:35-05:00

Building the Mexican Wall  and Why It Won't Solve America's Illegal Immigration Problem One of the hot topics in the U.S. presidential campaigns was what should be done with America's illegal/undocumented immigrants, and President Trump [...]

Building the Mexican Wall and Why It Won’t Solve America’s Illegal Immigration Problem2017-01-30T16:53:35-05:00

Looking Forward to the Trump Era: U.S. Immigration

2021-12-29T08:50:23-05:00

Part I: The Future of Investor Visas Trump Bay Street development in Jersey City, New Jersey, a project of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, is supposedly using $50 million from EB-5 investors. Why is [...]

Looking Forward to the Trump Era: U.S. Immigration2021-12-29T08:50:23-05:00

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