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Travel Tips for Foreign Nationals

This month, we continue our series of travel tips with some advice dedicated to foreign nationals.    For many foreign nationals living and working in the United States, the summer is a popular time to travel back to their native countries and renew their visa paperwork.  If you are traveling abroad to renew your visa paperwork, here are a couple of helpful tips to facilitate the process:   Have a valid passport – Your current passport […]

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Travel Tips For Foreign Nationals – Tip #1

For many foreign nationals living and working in the United States, the summer is a popular time to travel back to their native countries and renew their visa paperwork.  For these individuals, gaining entry back into the U.S. is growing more and more challenging as the process to attaining an approved visa application is becoming more complicated and the wait times are increasing.  Given the increasing difficulty, foreign nationals should be prepared for their current […]

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Tips to Forming an LLC

Limited Liability Companies, or LLC’s, are a popular option for U.S. Citizens and foreign nationals looking to start a business enterprise.  The business structure allows the owners to have limited personal liability for the debts and actions of the company while enjoying flexible management structures and pass-through taxation.  Before starting your own LLC, here are some things you might want to consider: Weigh the pros and cons.  While there are considerable advantages to operating as […]

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Five Tips for Safe Summer Travel Overseas

With the summer here and the dollar strengthening against the Euro, many Americans are planning to spend their vacations traveling overseas. Over the next months, I’ll bring you a series of helpful tips you may want to follow to ensure your trip is enjoyable, relaxing and incident-free. Here are the first five in our series: #1 – Know Before You Go…Read More  #2 – Register With the State Department…Read More #3 – Know Customs Rules […]

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Summer Travel Tips, Tip #5

Don’t Become a Victim Take precautions to keep yourself from becoming a victim of crime overseas.  Don’t wear expensive jewelry or carry large amounts of cash.  Make ground transportation arrangements prior to your departure through your hotel’s concierge or an official kiosk at the airport.  Carry money and personal documentation, like your plane tickets and passports, close to your person.  Purses and wallets are easy targets for criminals. Never leave your baggage unattended in public […]

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Tips to Applying for an E Visa

With the U.S. economy still recovering from the recession, foreign investors have tremendous opportunity in the U.S. markets for their investment dollars.  As a result, the Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) visas have become popular options for foreign nationals wishing to live and work in America. I have been able to assist many individuals in the application process for an E Visa and have a few suggestions and information relating to the E-1 or E-2 […]

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