Immigration Blog

Yearly Archives from 2016

Did You Know? Facts about Immigrants in America

U.S. Immigration – Did you know that there are only 140,000 employment-based green cards available every year and that the per country cap results in high-skilled immigrants waiting for years, and sometimes decades, for a green card? Indian Immigrants Waiting Period

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Compliance Alert: New Form I-9 Clears Review Process

Earlier this week, the latest revisions to the Form I-9 were approved. The new form will soon be released to the public. The current Form I-9 expired on March 31, 2016, but employers have had to continue to use the expired form until the proposed revisions were approved.

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Immigration Success Stories: U.S Naturalized Citizens

Four Clients with Challenging Backgrounds Become U.S. Naturalized Citizens in August  Each one of these clients has their own amazing story of persistence, hard work, and patriotism. Here, I will highlight two of these extraordinary cases.

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DHS to Propose Rule for International Entrepreneurs

DHS is proposing a rule that would allow certain international entrepreneurs whose stay in the United States would provide a significant public benefit to be considered for parole on a case-by-case basis. Under the proposed rule, entrepreneurs who can show that their start-up entity has substantial and demonstrated potential for rapid business growth and job creation may be granted an initial stay of up to two years to oversee and grow their start-up entity in […]

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Shareholder Giselle Carson featured in magazine

Immigration Attorney and Marks Gray Shareholder Giselle Carson was the subject of the latest Florida Coastal Alumni Spotlight feature in the Attorney at Law magazine. We are grateful to have Giselle and her Immigration team at our office. Congratulations, Giselle!  Click here to read the story.

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How Do I Handle Every Day Copyright Issues?

Ooops…I made a Mistake! What do I do now?  Copyright issues permeate every aspect of our lives in the electronic age. Clients regularly contact me regarding images they obtained from a third party website and used on their own website or in a presentation. Usually, the client has obtained a cease and desist letter from a stock photography company instructing the client to cease using the image(s) and to pay the stock photography company a […]

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