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H-1B Visa: Tips for Filing and Avoiding RFE

En Español & На Русском As the FY2020 H-1B filing deadline is approaching, here are some valuable tips and recommendations for filing H-1B petitions and avoiding a Request for Evidence (RFE). Below are three most common reasons RFEs were issued in the previous years: Specialty Occupation Lack of sufficient evidence proving that the position offered qualifies as a specialty […]

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TN Status: What Can I Do If I Lose My Job?

En Español & На Русском Under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) TN status permits temporary stay and employment in the U.S. for citizens of Mexico and Canada. The main purpose of this visa program is to facilitate temporary employment in the U.S. for qualified Canadian and Mexican citizens, as well as to strengthen business and trade relations […]

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Immigration Detention: Top Three Things You Should Know

En Español & На Русском Immigration detention is a process where a foreign national is arrested by ICE and held against his/her will. Currently, ICE is detaining approximately 49,000 immigrants, according to The Washington Post. The main purpose of the detention is to ensure an immigrant’s appearance before The Immigration Court. ICE detains immigrants that are considered to be […]

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Marriage Green Card Interview Guide

En Español & На Русском Green Card Interview is a required step for foreign nationals adjusting their status based on Spousal petition. The purpose of the interview is to verify personal information about an applicant and to confirm that the marriage is “bona-fide”. Below are a few tips to help you to prepare for your upcoming interview and better […]

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Protection under the U.S. Law for Victims of Crime

En Español & На Русском Last month a couple walked into the Root Law Group office. Erika and her boyfriend had an appointment for a free consultation with Mr. James Root, the Founder and Principal Attorney at Root Law Group. They were in the U.S. on a tourist visa (B-2) that was about to expire the following day and […]

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