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Video: Tips to Prepare for Your Immigration Medical Exams

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Therapist Aid: Helping Mental Health Professionals Improve Their Craft

Each month I have been featuring a small business in Jacksonville and how that business has transitioned during the pandemic in order to survive. This month, I am featuring Therapist Aid. It was created by Woody Schuldt, a licensed mental health counselor.  Therapist Aid is dedicated to helping mental health professionals improve their craft by providing free evidence-based education and therapy tools. The organization creates resources with clients in mind — which means avoiding jargon […]

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Video: What You Should Know about the October 2020 Visa Bulletin — the Most Anticipated Bulletin in History

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Jim Moran Institute For Global Entrepreneurship: Intellectual Property 101

On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, I had the opportunity to teach my Intellectual Property 101 class to the Jim Moran Institute Small Business Executive Program Class VII in Jacksonville, Florida.  The members of the class included owners of a restaurant, a law firm, a marketing consultant business, an IT managed service provider, a business planning advisor, an equipment company, and a fish aquarium store, to name just a few of the members of the class.  […]

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With Another H-1B Cap Season on the Books, We Say “Thank You” to Our Clients

This H-1B cap season has been extraordinary in so many ways. We’re continuing to learn and improve. We’re more determined and passionate. If you were not selected this year and/or are looking to file next year, we look forward to working with you with the same focus and determination to help you achieve your goals.  The official filing for the H-1B FY2022 begins March 2021. We will begin working with our clients for the FY22 […]

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USCIS Fees Were Supposed to Increase — By a Lot — on October 2. Then a Judge Temporarily Blocked the Increase. What Happened? What’s Next?

After several organizations filed lawsuits against USCIS to challenge and stop the significant fee increases, on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, a federal judge temporarily blocked USCIS’ fee increase action. The order came just three days before the new fees were scheduled to go into effect on October 2, 2020.  The judge questioned the validity of the fee increase and its effect on applicants. The order calls for the fees increase to be blocked across the […]

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