U.S. Embassies and Consulates—Duties and Powers

2016-05-27T01:14:07-04:00

{4:20 minutes to read} The U.S. currently has 294 physical embassies, consulates and diplomatic missions across the world. In addition to assisting U.S. citizens and U.S. green card holders abroad, these posts also adjudicate visa [...]

U.S. Embassies and Consulates—Duties and Powers2016-05-27T01:14:07-04:00

Mission: Securing Asylum for Tibetan Nationals

2015-09-17T16:01:50-04:00

{3:48 minutes to read} In our recent blog regarding Steve’s trip to Tibet in May of this year, he noted the oppressive conditions under which Tibetans have been suffering since the PRC invaded in 1951. [...]

Mission: Securing Asylum for Tibetan Nationals2015-09-17T16:01:50-04:00

Big Changes Possibly in Store for the EB-5 Visa Program

2015-08-14T19:11:23-04:00

{5:24 minutes to read} Article by Kevin Dowling A significant portion of the visas issued under the EB-5 visa program have gone to investors who have invested using “Regional Centers.” The law which provides for [...]

Big Changes Possibly in Store for the EB-5 Visa Program2015-08-14T19:11:23-04:00

Stop-Gap Measures for Returned H-1B Petitions

2015-06-10T21:07:11-04:00

{5 minutes to read} What do employers who sponsored H-1B candidates, and had their petitions returned as fatalities of the H-1B lottery, do now? As many people know, the H-1B season starts each year on [...]

Stop-Gap Measures for Returned H-1B Petitions2015-06-10T21:07:11-04:00

Proving Your Marriage Is Bona Fide

2014-09-19T16:05:21-04:00

When a United States national marries someone from another country, it is possible for them to live together in the United States. In order to do so, however, spouses must prove that theirs is a [...]

Proving Your Marriage Is Bona Fide2014-09-19T16:05:21-04:00
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