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National Interest Waiver for Entrepreneurs (NIW · EB-2 Green Card)

The National Interest Waiver (NIW) is an employment based green card category that permits self-petitioning. It is available to entrepreneurs and a wide range of endeavors. This webinar will go over what is needed to obtain a National Interest Waiver. The focus will be on how to show that your endeavor has substantial merit and national importance, as well as how to show you are well positioned to advance the endeavor. Changes in NIW law have made NIW petitions more available to entrepreneurs and other applicants.

How to get an EB-5 Investor Green Card

The EB-5 program allows a person to invest $800,000 in a business to get a green card. To qualify, the business must create 10 full-time jobs. On March 11, the EB-5 Regional Center program was restarted and is now alive and well. This webinar will go over the EB-5 rules and regulations for both regional centers and direct EB-5 investment. The webinar will also discuss the practical considerations of moving from an E-2 or other nonimmigrant visa to an EB-5 green card. Finally, the webinar will review the EB-5 green card process, timing, and other considerations.

Does a TN Visa Require Sponsorship?  The TN Visa Requirements Explained

This seminar will go over the TN visa requirements including: The TN visa requirements explained; what is Sponsorship? Why a TN Visa does not require Sponsorship; tips of how to deal with prospective employers; differences for Canadian and Mexican Nationals; difficult TN categories (Management Consultant & Economist); the TN Application process explained; and some tips and common TN visa pitfalls.

E-2 Visa Options where the Investment Amount is Low or Risky Cases

An E-2 visa a visa that is available to investors and entrepreneurs who want to live and work in the U.S. Many mistake this visa with the “million dollar” EB-5 green card, but this visa is available with investment amounts that are much lower. This webinar will summarize the E-2 visa requirements with an emphasis on investment amounts that are less than $100,000 and other risky cases such as real estate and other business types.

Extraordinary Ability Visas and Green Cards Explained (O-1, EB-1 & NIW)

There are a number of different business visa categories in the U.S. One category of visas relates to extraordinary ability where the Government feels that one may deserve a visa or green card because of some special quality, or based on a significant benefit one may provide. The webinar will cover a number of different categories including: O-1A, O-1B, EB-1, & National Interest visas. Some common topics include: The difference between O-1A & O-1B visas; What is included in expert opinion letters; Which category should you apply for; Considerations when moving from a visa to a green card; entrepreneur considerations; How to apply for a National Interest Waiver, and more. You will also receive a free guide for each of the areas we discuss.

How to Move from a Visa to a Green Card in the United States

This webinar will appeal to people who are in the United States on a visa and would like a green card. For those on an E-2, TN, H-1B, L-1 or other non-immigrant visa,  the question of moving to a green card often comes up.  The webinar will explore the top ways to move from a visa to a green card including, EB-5 green card, National Interest Waiver (NIW), Family based Green Card options, EB-1 Extraordinary ability green cards, and job sponsorship Green Cards.

What is an L-1 Visa · The L-1 Visa Requirements Explained

This webinar will go over the L-1 visa requirements. L-1 visas are temporary, non-immigrant visas which allow companies to transfer overseas qualified employees to their U.S. parent or subsidiary companies. In essence the webinar will cover: What counts as a qualifying relationship between companies; L-1s for new offices; What documents must be submitted to prove that the employee worked for the company abroad for at least one year out of the past three years; Differences between L-1A and L-1B visas; How to prove the applicant worked in an executive, managerial or specialized knowledge role; Qualifying for an L-1 as a company owner; How long L-1 visas can be granted for; L-1 and green cards; Which family members can accompany an L-1 visa holder; Deciding whether to apply for the L-1 or E-2.

E-2 Visa Requirements & Renewal Considerations

An E-2 visa a visa that is available to investors and entrepreneurs who want to live and work in the U.S. Many mistake this visa with the “million dollar” EB-5 green card, but this visa is available with investment amounts that are much lower. This webinar will summarize the E-2 visa requirements with an emphasis on investment amounts that are less than $100,000 and other risky cases such as real estate and other business types.

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