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  • Eb-1 签证申请

    EB-1 (第一类优先职业移民申请) 是针对在各领域有杰出技能,才能,并将来美继续从事相同行业的行业精英。EB-1 签证是第一类优先签证,也是相对来说最快速获得绿卡的签证种类。和 EB-2 及 EB-3 不同,EB-1 签证申请人无需经过漫长的"劳工部验证"程序,只需通常 4-6 个月的等待即可拿到绿卡。 EB-1 签证相对其他职业移民绿卡的最大优势是,由于没有排期,在申请 I-140(移民申请)的同时,可以一起提交 I-485(转换身份申请)。I-485 的申请意味着申请人可以快速获得提前离境许可证和工作许可证,申请人的家庭成员也可以同时申请 I-485。 下面是三种不同的 EB-1 签证细分: 特殊人才(EB-1A)- 这个分类的设立是为那些在科学,艺术,教育,商业和体育领域有杰出贡献和成就的人才,此类人才需是经过国家或世界范围肯定的。 杰出研究者/杰出教授(EB-1B)- ...
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  • The Competition For H-1B Visas Continues To Escalate

    There are many types of non-immigrant visas available to individuals seeking employment in the United States. Unfortunately, this doesn't mean such visas are easy to obtain. In fact, employment-based immigration issues are some of the biggest headaches faced by California companies and the talented individuals they want to hire. Perhaps the most widely known employment visa is the H-1B . These ...
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  • H-4 EAD Rule

    On February 24, 2015, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced H-4 EAD Rule i.e. effective May 26, 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. DHS amended the regulations ...
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  • Thinking About Non-Compete Agreements

    When you are forming a business , you must make a host of potentially difficult decisions which will ultimately affect the ways in which your business is structured, operated and received. It is important to discuss these decisions with an experienced attorney, as failure to do so could lead to tricky legal consequences down the road. For example, when you are thinking about hiring employees for ...
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  • Be Sure You're Paid Accurately Under the California Minimum Wage Rate

    As of January of last year, California courts have adopted the new liquidated damages laws for minimum wage claims. If you feel you have been shorted for your California minimum wage salary, you have the right to fight for the liquidated damages caused you by the shortage. The current minimum wage in California is $8.00 per hour. The federal minimum wage sits at $7.25. In California, minimum wage ...
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