Applying for the H-1B Visa - Davis & Associates

Applying for the H-1B Visa

If you’re like many people, you’re interested in the H-1B visa – a nonimmigrant visa that lets people work in specialty occupations or perform services of exceptional merit and ability to the U.S. Department of Defense. This guide explains applying for the H-1B visa, the electronic registration process, and everything else you need to know…

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H1b Sponsorship - Davis & Associates - Immigration Law Firm

How to Find H-1B Sponsorship by Companies in America

If companies are not finding individuals with the specific skills and knowledge needed, looking beyond the United States borders is a viable approach. To hire a foreign employee, employers must apply for an H-1B sponsorship. Many U.S.-based companies have had difficulty filling their staff with qualified U.S. citizens and need to look elsewhere to fill some…

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Hiring A Business Immigration Law Firm - Davis & Associates

Top 5 Issues that Require a Business Immigration Law Firm

American businesses often find that the talent needed to move their objectives forward may not be available within the United States. That often means that multinational corporations must either bring foreign workers to the United States for training or require the specialized skills that some of their foreign employees can provide. Although there are many…

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Small Company H-1B Visas

How Does a Small Company Sponsor H1B Workers?

Successful start-up and small companies that wish to grow usually begin with a clear roadmap to achieve their goals. This plan includes objectives, timelines, staffing requirements, and plenty of action plans. In some technical areas, the staffing challenge can be the most significant hurdle to achieving overall objectives. While there may be plenty of specialized…

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Trump Bans Work Visas for The Remainder of 2020

President Trump has issued a new executive order that prohibits visa issuance for certain classes of employment visas. The affected classes are H-1B, H-2B, some categories of J-1, and L-1. The ban also includes dependent family members who could accompany the spouse with the primary visa classification, such as a spouse and unmarried minor children.…

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Why Are H-1B Petition Denials Rising?

Ask Garry: Why Are H-1B Petition Denials Rising?

According to a report from the National Foundation for American Policy, October 2019, it is now four times more likely that an H-1B petition will be denied by USCIS. Of most concern is the fact that the law on H-1Bs has not changed. If the law is the same, what is it that accounts for…

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Getting Started With the E-2 Investor Application

Getting Started With The E-2 Treaty Investor Application

Davis & Associates is a Trusted Advisor for E-2 Treaty Investor applications. The vast majority of our cases are successful, which demonstrates that we have to tools, knowledge and experience to help you maximize your chances for success. Below is a brief summary of the E-2 application process and types of documentation that is needed.…

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Changed to the EB-5 Investment Visa Program Coming November 2019

Changes to EB-5 Visa Requirements Coming into Effect Soon

The EB-5 visa allows foreign investors, their spouses, and unmarried children under 21 years of age to obtain lawful permanent residency in the U.S. The program was created in 1990 to stimulate the economy and foster job growth. To qualify for an EB-5 visa, an investor must meet specific requirements, which were recently updated by…

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