Part Two: How to Apply for a Work Visa

There are quite a few steps involved with getting a work visa. It can be a little overwhelming at times, so we’ve outlined some steps for you to follow when looking for a work visa. Where to Begin? The first thing you need to do is make sure the prospective employer...

Part One: Types of Work Visas

In order to get into another country and stay for a duration of time, you’re going to need a visa. It benefits both the employee and the host country to monitor who goes in and out of the country. If you’re looking to work in the U.S., it can be difficult to know...

Intent vs Non-Intent Visas

Entering the United States of America can be a challenging process, especially if you mix up your intent and non-intent visas.  It’s hard to change immigration intents mid-way through the process or mid-way through a trip, so figure out what your intent in the USA is...

New Changes in Visas Opens up Opportunities

The Department of Homeland Security has extended the availability of employment for certain H-4 Spouses of H-1B immigrants.  This is one of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration reform announced in late 2014.  We’ll take a closer look at what this means,...

Obama on Immigration: Streamlining Immigration

President Obama’s stance on immigration has caused a lot of talk in the recent months.  As a top issue among politicians, this issue is very volatile and prone to misinformation.  This blog series focuses on clarifying three of the main immigration issues and the...

Do I Qualify? Understanding the L-1 Visa

Businesses can easily span the globe in our modern world.  Sometimes specialists within the company need to be in a position in another country for a long period of time, from a few months to a few years.  The employee could be an executive who has been given a new...
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