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L-1A Manager Petition Approved in 12 Days & Successfully Processed in China for Applicant and his Family

A longtime U.S. client and world leader in its field retained the Marks Gray Immigration team in order to bring Mr. P., an Operations Manager-Engineering, and his family as an intra-company transfer, to the U.S. in L-1A status. Mr. P was an experienced engineer and member of the company’s global management team. He initially worked for the parent company in Europe. He was later transferred to their China subsidiary to serve the Asian market and […]

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Absence Makes thy Heart Grow Fonder

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder A number of us have either been a part of, or know someone who has been a party to a long distance relationship. We cross state lines on weekends to see them, have phone conversations that last for hours each night, and we look forward to the day when we and our significant other are sharing the same home, or at the very least, the same area code. For […]

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Foreign National Investments Help to Create Jobs

Foreign National Investment Help Create Jobs In an election year taking place during a recession, a hot topic is job creation. We are thankful for the foreign nationals that come to our country to establish businesses and help stir job and income growth. We are proud of our client who came to us for assistance to obtain a visa to manage and direct a new office of her growing business in the U.S. The preparation […]

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P-1 Visa is a Hole in One for Pro Golfer

P Visa is a Hole in One for Pro Golfer The U.S. has been at the forefront of international athletics for decades. Each Olympiad and international competition consistently shows the U.S. at or near the top of the medal count or leader board. These successes attract athletes from all over the world to come to our country in order to train and compete in their respective sports. In order for a non-citizen to come to […]

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ICE Exercises a Favorable Decision in I-9 Violation Case

Immigration Success Story: I‐9 Visa ICE Exercises a Favorable Decision in I‐9 Violation Case Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and their crackdown on proper I‐9 and worker documentation for employers have been a common theme in many of my blog posts and e‐newsletter reports as of late. ICE expects to conduct 3,000 worksite audits in FY2012 and 2013, including large employers to create a culture of compliance. Any, or several, local employers could be next. […]

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