What Businesses are Best for E-2 Visa

E-2 Visa BusinessIf you want to live in the United States but do not have a way to apply for a green card yet, E-2 visa is a relatively more viable choice.  

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Effect of Breaks in Continuity of Residence on Eligibility for Naturalization

USCIS on February 26, 2020, announced an update to the USCIS Policy Manual to align USCIS practice with congressional intent and existing regulations by clarifying requirements surrounding naturalization applicants’ absences from the United States. This update concerns absences of more than six months but less than one year during the statutorily required continuous residence period.

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Rights of Permanent Residents (Green Card Holders) at Ports of Entry

If you are a lawful Permanent Residents (green card holders) that travel outside of the United States and wish to return, you havGreen Card Holdere certain rights at the point of entry, including the right to a hearing before an immigration judge before you can be stripped of permanent resident status. 

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E and L Visa Application Red Flags at Consular Offices

Consular officers have always had specific “red flags” that influence their adjudication of work-authorizing non-immigrant visa applications such as E and L visas.  It is important to understand what these red flags are and how these red flags can impact consular officers’ decisions to approve E and L visa applications.

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The Position of Function Manager in the L-1A and EB-1 Multinational Manager Petitions

L-1 international managerL-1A visa classification and EB-1A multinational manager petitions allow employers with international company structures to transfer executives or managers from an affiliated foreign office to an affiliated office in the United States.  Among many requirements, the conditions that must be met for the managerial classifications to work is that the executive or manager, as seen in 8 CFR 214.2(l)(1)(ii):

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