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B-1 Temporary Business Visitors  

B-1 Temporary Business Visitors  This visa classification is reserved for individuals seeking to come to the U.S. as business visitors to secure office space and funding, attend business meetings, or negotiate a contract before or in connection with the opening and operating a new business venture in the country.   Defining “A Short Period of Time”

The Different Types of Visas and How They Impact Immigrants

Understanding the Different Types of Visas – And How They Impact Immigrants  Immigrants to the United States must obtain visas in order to enter and remain in the country legally. Visas are available for various purposes, from trade and tourism to education and employment. Immigrants need to understand the different types of visas that are

EB-5 – Immigrant Investor Program 

EB-5 – Immigrant Investor Program The U.S. Congress created the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program intending to stimulate the U.S. economy through capital investment and job creation by foreign investors.   This category of immigrant entrepreneur visas targets individuals investing in their own businesses. USCIS’s page About the EB-5 Visa Classification explains how investors can pool their

EB-2 Employment-Based Second Preference with National Interest Waiver  

EB-2 Employment-Based Second Preference with National Interest Waiver (Exceptional ability or advanced degree professional with NIW)  The EB-2 immigrant visa is one of the available pathways for entrepreneurs looking to live and work in the United States. This pathway is intended for:   Professionals with advanced degrees. Individuals with exceptional abilities in sciences, business, or arts.