Tag Archives: business

  1. H-1B Update – FY2023 H-1B Season Approaching

    With each new year comes another H-1B lottery.  Although the registration won’t open until March, Employers and potential employees need to start thinking about the process early on to make sure they are prepared. In the two previous years, USCIS has used electronic registration as a way of conducting the lottery and will continue to…

  2. Why is my case taking so long? How to get your Immigration petition expedited with USCIS

    Since the pandemic began processing times have gone through the roof and continue to increase across for board for all immigration-related applications. USCIS claims it is understaffed, yet they are funded by fees, the majority of which have seen huge increases in the past few years.  For example, the premium processing fee increased from $1,410…

  3. Terminating An H-1B Employee. What Employers Need To Know

    Employers that hire H-1B employees need to be aware of their responsibilities when terminating an H-1B employee. When an employee comes to the US to work for an employer, they typically receive approval for 3 years.  This means they have an expectation of working for that employer for the full 3 years.  Of course, as…

  4. Guide to Business Entities

    Businesses can be categorized by law in several manners. And these classifications matter when it comes to determining how a business is recognized, how it’s taxed, and the personal liability, or lack thereof, of the business owners. Knowing how their business is set up and how it is categorized under the law is crucial for…

  5. A (Very) Basic Introduction to Estates in Land

    As with most legal concepts, the question of real estate ownership is not simply a yes or no proposition – like cakes and onions, the answer has layers.  Specifically, the various rights accompanying real property ownership can vary in kind, degree, and duration, and include – but are most certainly not limited to – the…

  6. Loan Deferments During Times Of Crisis – Part 2

    We recently sent out information to inform borrowers about potential deferment options available depending on loan type. Recently, clients have encountered lenders refusing to entertain deferment instead insisting borrowers take out an SBA Disaster Assistance Loan (“DALs”) to pay their mortgage or seek potential financing under the proposed legislation currently known as the CARES Act….

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