Business Immigration Law

How Does an Employment-Based Green Card Work?

There are two ways to get an employment-based green card in the United States. The first is to have a job offer in the United States. The second is to have an “extraordinary” ability.  Only 140,000 of these visas are granted each year, but they can offer a viable path to permanent residency if that…

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The Basics of Illegal Immigration

Who are undocumented, or illegal, immigrants? Politicians, news media, and others seem opinionated, but often ill-informed about who these people are, where they came from, and how they fit into American society. Recent changes to the U.S. immigration policy have been proposed, and in some cases passed into law, by the Obama administration. Who are undocumented immigrants?…

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US Immigration Solutions for Equestrian Athletes and Coaches

Are you an international athlete or coach who needs U.S. immigration status to work, train or reside in the United States? Check out an article by Hykel Law client and international athlete, David Ziegler, featuring a contribution by Renee Hykel Cuddy, Esq. David Ziegler is a Canadian Equestrian Athlete who was recently granted P-1 (international…

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8 Ways to Qualify for a U.S. Green Card and Work Visa

Are you a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) of the United States or a U.S. citizen? Are you interested in filing for your family members to live permanently in the United States? Learn about the different categories of family members for whom you can file. Once you file, for some family members there are…

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