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Public Charge Bond and Form I-945

Amongst all of the changes surrounding the new Final “Public Charge” Rule, implementation of a severe immigration tool has been created: an $8100 Public Charge Bond. This article will be aimed to answer the following basic questions: What is a Public Charge Bond? How much does a Public Charge Bond Cost? and When is a […]

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Divorcing an Immigrant: What Should I know?

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Divorce is always an unpleasant legal process, it is even more unsettling when divorcing an Immigrant. Your foreign spouse may have been someone you brought in on a fiance visa or possibly met while they were on a visa in the United States. Regardless of the situation, everything revolves around whether the US Citizen or […]

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I-944: What is it and How it affects Green Card Filings

Effective October 15, 2019, USCIS will require a more enhanced way to screen the financial stability of the Petitioner and of the Beneficiary of a Green Card, Adjustment of Status Filing. This change arises from the August 14, 2019 publication of the Final Rule on Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility. USCIS will release and mandatorily […]

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From F-1 Student to H-1B Worker: Things to Note

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New graduates from universities and colleges must always consider what comes next, how will their educational career evolve into their professional careers.  For international students on F-1 visas, the battle is especially intense because they have to:  Find a job & (as if that isn’t hard enough), The employers must be willing to invest and […]

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H-1B for Teachers: Are there any downsides to hiring K-12 International Teachers on the J-1 visas?

What is a school’s ultimate goal in hiring a teacher? The School wishes to find the most qualified teacher to educate their student body. The higher-skilled the teacher, the better the education is taught and the better student scores would become. It does not matter if the teacher was educated in the United States or […]

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Adding H-1B to your Workforce: What you need to know

U.S. Employers always stress with staffing issues. Oftentimes, when Employers begin the recruitment process, they realize many of the qualified candidates that they are interested in hiring are foreign nationals who need the sponsorship of H-1Bs. But what is H-1B? What should employers do or are required to do in order to hire these foreign […]

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