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Yearly Archives from 2017

How Much Will It Cost to Register My Trademark? – Part One

The most common question I hear from potential clients is, “How much will it cost to register my trademark?” Since there are many variables that come into play when registering a trademark, there is no set answer. In this three-part blog series, I will share the issues that need to be considered before an estimated price can be provided. This first post covers the initial, basic questions that you will need to answer. Are you […]

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Shareholder Giselle Carson Shares Tips For Foreign Travelers in HR Matters

In the the November edition of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) Jacksonville newsletter HR Matters, Immigration attorney, Giselle Carson, provides answers to four popular FAQs she is often asked about for the process of foreign nationals traveling abroad and renewing their visas during the holiday season. The article titled, Four things you should know about travel for your foreign employees provides guidance on what should the employee do to prepare for the interview, what is the interview like, […]

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Book Excerpt: Benefits of an O-1 Visa over an H-1B

Considering the limitations of the H-1B visa, we encourage our clients to consider alternative work visas, such as the O-1 visa. Here is an excerpt from the “O-1 Visa for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievements” chapter in Giselle Carson’s book Beyond the H-1B: A Guide to Work Visa Options for Employers, Foreign Nationals, and Graduating Students, which is available for purchase on Amazon. Overview The O-1 visa is especially helpful for highly accomplished athletes, […]

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Shareholder and Jacksonville Aviation Authority Chair appears on This Week in Jacksonville

Marks Gray Business Immigration and Compliance Attorney Giselle Carson shares her vision to “Dazzle and Delight”, as the newly appointed Chair of the Jacksonville Aviation Authority ,on Sunday, October 29th, This Week in Jacksonville  show.  Ms. Carson discusses further development of Cecil Airport as well as the plan to add direct flights from Jacksonville to Los Angeles, California. In 2018, JAX celebrates its 50th anniversary at its current location. A new exhibit, “Jacksonville Takes Flight: North Florida […]

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Combined EAD and SSN Application Form Will Allow Faster Onboarding of New Employees

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Social Security Administration (SSA) have teamed up to allow eligible foreign workers to apply for both an employment authorization document (EAD) and a Social Security number (SSN) using one new Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization. Previously, applicants had to file Form I-765 with USCIS to obtain their EAD, and then visit their local Social Security office in person and complete additional paperwork to get their SSN […]

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Two Green Card Success Stories

A little motivation to keep you going! Don’t let your doubts hold you back from being where you want to be. OUR goal is to help you cross your finish line and achieve YOUR goals. To that end, we want to share and congratulate two clients who recently received their green cards after working with us for several years and not giving up. Max and Tara and their employer, a medical group, have been clients […]

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