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  • EB-5 INVESTMENT VISAS By Bindi Parikh, Esq. The EB-5 program for immigrant investors was created by the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa is an effective tool for foreign investors who want permanent residence for themselves and their families in the United States. In order to obtain permanent residence, the investor must invest $1,000,000 (or […]

  • LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY – ARE YOU AN ALIEN OF EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY? by Rajesh Prasad, Esq. Introduction Employment-Based First-Preference (EB-1A) Immigrant Visa Category is reserved for individuals with extraordinary ability in the field of sciences, arts, business, or athletics. Generally, an alien (foreign national) who is amongst the very small percentage of individuals who has risen […]

  • Parikh & Prasad PC’s attorneys added another feather to the firm’s cap by obtaining a straight approval of a non-regional center EB-5 petition. USCIS approved the Petition of Alien Entrepreneur (Non-Regional Center) on behalf of a Chinese national. Ms. Parikh’s strategic plan and her team’s impeccable execution lead to the approval of this EB-5 petition […]

  • Our firm, Parikh & Prasad, PC recently filed and obtained an approval for EB-1A Petition (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) on behalf of a Nephrologist. EB-1A visa classification is available to individuals who have extraordinary ability in the field of science, arts, education, business or athletics.

  • H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant temporary worker visa. H-1B classification, was created by Public Law 101-238 (1989), and is reserved for foreign nationals employed in “specialty occupations” and for fashion models of “distinguished merit and ability.”

  • This article discusses the brief history and basic requirements for L-1A visa. The need for L-1 visa arose from the advent of globalization which facilitated exponential growth in trade, movement of capital, people, and knowledge around the globe.

  • Small and medium business owners from overseas desiring to invest money in the Unites States often have to cross one big hurdle before they can set up shop here: obtaining the appropriate visa. The “E-2 visa” or the “treaty investor visa” is often the most viable option for many small businesses. Its purpose is to facilitate international business relations, and foster investment in the United States by foreign nationals and corporations.

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