What is an E2 Visa?

2024-04-29T14:43:34-04:00

The E2 visa is a type of U.S. visa that allows individuals from treaty countries to enter, reside, and work in the United States based on their investment in a U.S. business. To qualify for this visa, the individual must:

  1. Be a national of a treaty country: The U.S. has treaties with various countries […]
What is an E2 Visa?2024-04-29T14:43:34-04:00

Tech layoffs and the 60 day grace period

2023-09-27T13:10:37-04:00

An impromptu race for new employment has begun nationwide in the U.S. tech sector. With Twitter, Meta and Amazon all announcing massive layoffs, tens of thousands of workers, many highly skilled engineers, are scrambling for new employment.  Most people have experienced the stress of not knowing where their next paycheck comes from. Now imagine […]

Tech layoffs and the 60 day grace period2023-09-27T13:10:37-04:00

Travel to the US and the coronavirus

2023-10-11T13:24:54-04:00

Coronavirus, as of March 15, 2020, is leading to mass implementation of “social distancing”, and at the same time life necessitates that people travel, which puts individuals at further risk of exposure. In order to try to stem the spread of the virus in the U.S., President Trump announced a ban under section 212(f) […]

Travel to the US and the coronavirus2023-10-11T13:24:54-04:00

The Coronavirus and Public Charge Rule

2023-10-11T13:30:46-04:00

Between the time I write this article and each one of you reads it, the information about Coronavirus will be different and its impact greater. Many of you may think what does the Coronavirus have to do with immigration law and immigrants? Many of you will not care about immigrants’ rights unless it directly […]

The Coronavirus and Public Charge Rule2023-10-11T13:30:46-04:00

Where does one begin explaining what people really need to know about the government’s new “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds Final Rule”?

2023-10-11T13:39:14-04:00

Part 1 – Explanations of the terms

  • What is a Public Charge?

The “public charge” inadmissibility test was established by law in 1883, allowing the federal government to deny a person a green card, an extension of a visa or admission into the U.S., which means the government has always withheld the right to exclude […]

Where does one begin explaining what people really need to know about the government’s new “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds Final Rule”?2023-10-11T13:39:14-04:00

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