Our founding attorney Ian Scott has been selected to sit on a panel to share knowledge on green card options for investors and entrepreneurs. The AILA Education Department has scheduled a web seminar for “Green Card Options for Entrepreneurs”.
Once company founders have navigated the many obstacles involved with securing a nonimmigrant visa while maintaining equity in their company, entrepreneurs are then faced with an even more limited number of options for pursuing permanent residence in the United States. This intermediate-level panel presents a discussion of green card options specifically for foreign nationals who are trying to continue operating their businesses in the United States while maintain their ownership and pursuing permanent residency.
- Establishing EB-1A Extraordinary Ability in Business and Maintaining NIV Status During the EB-1A Backlog
- National Interest Waiver (NIW) Considerations for Entrepreneurs and Current Trends for Business NIWs in the Era of Dhanasar
- Is EB-1C Executive and Manager an Option for a Small to Mid-Sized Business Since BAHA? How to Document These Cases and RFE Trends
- “Downgrading” to a Different Visa Category: Implications for Previously Filed PERM Applications in a Different Category
- Considerations for Entrepreneurs Making EB-5 Direct Investments in Their Own Companies, and Balancing NIV Statuses with Current Processing Times and Backlogs
- Circumventing the EB-5 Backlog: Gaining Citizenship in Third-Party Countries and Obtaining an E-2 Visa
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