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New Immigration Reform Proposal Could Affect Every Part of Current Policy

Author: Giselle Carson

Marks Gray Immigration Receives Avvo Clients’ Choice Award

The Marks Gray Immigration Team is honored to receive the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for our work assisting employers and individuals with business immigration matters. Avvo, a prominent online legal services marketplace, presents the Clients’ Choice Award each year based on the quantity and quality of reviews an attorney receives on the Avvo website. We’re grateful to our outstanding clients for their positive feedback and welcome the opportunity to continue to serve our community!

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Immigration Success Story: I-140 Petition – EB-1 Outstanding Professors and Researchers

The Marks Gray Immigration Team regularly helps clients with I-140 Petitions in the EB-1 Preference for Outstanding Professors and Researchers. This month, we are highlighting a success story of an internationally recognized physics professor and researcher from Romania. We prepared a strong petition highlighting the candidate’s advanced degrees, outstanding ability in the field of matter-materials physics, international recognition, publications, and significant contributions to his field, as well as his employer’s permanent need for his services.

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Giselle Carson on WJXT’s The Chat – Part 2

In part two of Giselle’s appearance on WJXT’s The Chat on April 3rd, she spoke about the recent immigration reform proposals. Watch the clip.

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Giselle Carson on WJXT’s The Chat – Part 1

On April 3, Giselle appeared on WJXT’s The Chat to share her journey from being an immigrant (twice!) to becoming an immigration attorney and to talk about the process of helping employers with our complex immigration system and individuals to immigrate to the United States. The first part of the interview focused on Giselle’s personal journey and the importance of the April 3rd H-1B deadline this year.

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Trump’s Changes to Visa Issuance and Admissions

Although the travel ban order has been halted by the courts, the new administration has signaled “increased scrutiny” on visa issuance to the US consulates. Its effects are being reflected in the processing of visas at US consulates. Data released by the government shows that the United States issued about 40 percent fewer temporary visas in March of 2017 to citizens of the seven Muslim-majority nations affected by the bans – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, […]

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Plan Ahead: Visa Delays Expected

Summer is always a busy season for travelers. If you’re traveling on a visa, you may already know to expect more delays and give yourself plenty of time. This year, though, is likely to be even worse than normal due to the recent executive orders. Already, we are seeing more background checks, more delays in getting through the airport, and more complaints about consulates. With this in mind, here a few tips to make the […]

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