Monthly Archives: March, 2022

  1. When To Start The PERM Process For Your H-1B Employees

    Almost every employee on H-1B wants their employer to start the green card process for them as soon as possible. However, when does an employer actually need to start the process to ensure that their employee can continue to work past the 6-year H-1B limit? In order to be eligible to extend the H-1B beyond…

  2. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

    Our society faces problems of violence at various levels, and this is why The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is important. It was created to support victims of actual or threatened domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. VAWA grants the possibility to immigrants who have been abused by a person who has a…

  3. Permitted Activities On A Visitor Visa

    There are two types of visitor visas, namely: B-1- This is a business visa. B-2- this is a tourist visa. Not everyone visiting the U.S. needs to have a visitor visa.  For example, there are several countries like the UK and Australia that participate in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), also commonly referred to as…

  4. Breaking News! Congress Reauthorizes the EB-5 Regional Center Program

    Late last evening, the US Congress reauthorized the EB-5 Regional Center Program by a vote of 68-31.  This is great news for current EB-5 Regional Center investors and those who are looking to utilize the EB-5 Regional Center program moving forward. As a part of the reauthorization, it is expected that USCIS will immediately start…

  5. How To Evict a Person from a Property Acquired in a Foreclosure Sale (Part 1)

    This will be a two-part series that will detail the process of evicting a tenant from a property that has been acquired by a real estate company in a foreclosure sale. Step 1) Write a 3-Day Notice to Vacate. When a person remains on a property that has been acquired by a real estate company…

  6. Capitalization, Cap Table, & Initial Accounting

    This article will serve as an explanation of some of the basics around the formation and structure of a corporation.  I am using examples for a typical corporation, but many of the concepts can apply to LLCs and the issuance of units to represent membership interests instead of stock. I)  Capitalization People need to have…

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