Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: October, 2012

O-1 Visa Requirements: Do’s and Dont’s for Documenting the Extraordinary

Even lesser-known national or international awards may work, if the pool of applicants is at the national or international level. If possible, include background information about the award, information about the pool of applicants, the level of competition, and information about the selection criteria. Receipt of nationally or internationally recognized awards A key to a successful […]

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Now’s Your Chance to File Your National Interest Waiver Petition!

The November visa bulletin was recently published, and it *finally* shows that the EB-2 “worldwide” category will be current in November! What  does this mean for you? Basically, it means that if you were born in a country other than China or India, you can file the National Interest Waiver petition (fast-track green card application) […]

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How Soon Will You Get a Green Card? Reading the Crystal Ball of Labor Certification Processing Statstics

The US Department of Labor just posted their recent PERM Labor Certification processing statistics. While most people may find this kind of information good for curing insomnia, this information is also indicative of larger processing trends that affect how soon you will meet your professional and personal goals, by obtaining permanent residence status in the […]

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