Category Archives: Business Visas
Should you choose the immigrant or nonimmigrant visa?
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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers two main types of visas, which are broken down into more specific categories. These two types of U.S. visas are known as immigrant and nonimmigrant visas.


I-129: Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker
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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides many different types of visas to immigrants who want to enter the U.S. under various specific circumstances. The visas that are available through an application process can be for vacations, permanent relocation or … Continue reading


What you need to know about P-3 visas
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The P-3 visa is offered by USCIS and is designed to allow artists or entertainers to enter the United States, either individually or as a group. The goal of the artists or group should be to develop, interpret, represent, coach or … Continue reading


What you need to know about the Exchange Visitor Visa
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The Exchange Visitor Program, or J-1 visa program, was implemented by the U.S. government in the early 1960s. The goal of the program is to promote cultural exchange by inviting non-immigrant visitors to enter the U.S. to obtain business or … Continue reading


Obama Looks for Midterm Advantage on Job Training and Immigration
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OAKDALE, Pa. — President Obama, seeking to shore up support for midterm elections that threaten to cost his party control of the Senate, vowed Wednesday to improve federal job training programs and chastised Republicans for blocking an overhaul of immigration … Continue reading


Chinese immigrants overwhelm EB-5 visa program
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Currently, a visa program in the United States is available to wealthy immigrants who have the funds to pay for a visa. These visas are known as investor immigrant (EB-2) visas, and with $100,000 and the promise to create 10 … Continue reading


American businesses losing out in antiquated immigration lottery
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Earlier this month, we learned that the winner of California’s biggest-ever Powerball lottery jackpot has claimed his $242 million prize. Meanwhile, a different lottery did not get nearly the attention it deserved, even though its payout has far-reaching consequences for … Continue reading


Immigration lottery limits US employers
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Today, employers will submit tens of thousands of H-1B visa applications to two government processing centers in Vermont and California.  It is an annual ritual for U.S. employers who must obtain permission from the federal government to hire high-skilled foreign … Continue reading


Texas Business Groups Oppose Path To Citizenship, Support Work Program For Immigrants
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A range of business associations in Texas came together today in Austin, hoping to catch the attention of Texas lawmakers in Washington, D.C., about the topic of immigration reform.


U.S. businesses to benefit from an EB-5 visa program
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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) created a program called EB-5 in 1990 to benefit businesses in the U.S. This program provides visas to immigrant investors in the hopes of stimulating economic growth and creating jobs across the country.