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Invertir vivir Estados Unidos

En el segundo semestre de 2021 el gobierno de Estados Unidos (EE.UU) estimuló la economía del país mediante diversos programas como lo fueron los auxilios por desempleo, cheques a las familias y préstamos a las empresas, que a su vez ayudaron a remediar la tasa de desempleo. Ese incremento en gastos del hogar y en […]

How USCIS Parole Statute Helps U.S. Startups Bring Foreign Talent

This summer, a rule was reinstated that enables U.S. startups to enhance their workforce by looking to a global pool of talent. This provision, known as parole, allows USCIS in its discretion on a case-by-case basis, to grant entry and employment authorization to foreign nationals for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit. This is […]

In Celebration of Latino Immigrants for Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 by celebrating the stories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens and their families who have come from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to […]

The Green Card Health Examination

When applying for a green card in the United States, applicants undergo a series of forms, interviews, exams, and more. One of the exams that applicants must complete is a health examination performed by an approved medical professional.    This is not a standard physical examination. In fact, it is more of a screening to […]

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement for Green Card Applicants

The CDC has announced new regulations that require all green card applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. While the CDC is not commonly involved in immigration procedures, this is not the first time the health agency has stepped in to establish required vaccinations for travel and immigration purposes. In fact, specific to immigration alone, […]

Recognizing Foreign Nationals in America on Labor Day

Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894. As the cultural makeup of America continues to diversify and evolve, our team at […]

Do any current US visas help startup founders?

In the past, we’ve talked about foreign entrepreneurship in America, and also about famous H-1B recipients who went on to become founders of some household companies that employ tens of thousands of American citizens. Typically, these founders have had to build companies alongside their sponsored work positions, which can quickly take its toll on a […]

Pathway to citizenship, green cards for millions in budget proposal

Democrats recently unveiled their $3.5 trillion budget proposal, which has some significant immigration related goals. Specifically, there are loosely detailed programs around lawful permanent status and green cards for immigrants who qualify and their families.     This plan is particularly relevant for the constantly refuted DACA program, and this plan that would cover DACA Dreamers […]

What is direct EB-5 investment?

EB-5 programs have been under the spotlight recently, as a portion of the program expired: regional center investment. Thankfully, for foreign nationals looking to obtain citizenship by investment, the direct EB-5 investment is still a valid and achievable option.    The direct investment is quite literally investing directly in a commercial enterprise, as either a […]

South Florida mayors unite on a common goal: immigration reform

It’s no secret that Florida, particularly South Florida, has long been an attractive location for foriegn nationals. Immigrants are deeply woven into the fabric of South Florida, and its what makes the region culturally dynamic and robust. In an attempt to urge Congress to use the budget reconciliation process to approve a pathway to citizenship […]