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Yearly Archives from 2014

Attorney Ronald S. Wasilenko receives AV Preeminent Rating

(JACKSONVILLE, FL: December 29, 2014)  Marks Gray, P.A.. is pleased to announce that attorney Ronald S. Wasilenko received an AV® Preeminent™ rating by Martindale-Hubbell. According to the Martindale-Hubbell® website, the “Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ help buyers of legal services identify, evaluate and select the most appropriate lawyer for a specific task at hand. Lawyer ratings serve as an objective indicator that a lawyer has the highest ethical standards and professional ability and are used by […]

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Marks Gray Estate and Tax Planning e-Bulletin

Marks Gray shareholder and Florida Bar Certified in Tax Law, John R. Crawford publishes the year-end newsletter, 2014 Estate and Tax Planning e-Bulletin. Before the chaos of the holiday season is in full swing, now is a good time to review your current estate plan. Mr. Crawford provides useful information to consider before the new year is here.

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Marks Gray Immigration Alert!

Many immigrants and nonimmigrants have questions regarding how President Obama’s executive order will affect them and their business. Lead immigration attorney, Giselle Carson, provides guidance in Marks Gray Immigration Alert.

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Marks Gray's November 2014 Immigration Update is Available

The immigration practice group has published the last bulletin for 2014. Please click here to read the latest on immigration news that affects you most. We look forward to returning in January 2015.

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U.S. and China agree to ease visa regulations

Under the new regulations, U.S. and Chinese business and tourist visa applicants may be able to obtain 10-year multiple-entry B nonimmigrant visas.   Previously, the B visa validity was for one year.   Students and exchange visitors can now apply for 5-year multiple-entry F, M, or J visas. Chinese citizens are the largest applicants of B nonimmigrant visas to the U.S. and these visa changes are likely to increase the number of these applications.  To […]

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FAQ: PERM Recruitment

Q. What recruitment steps are required under PERM? A. PERM requires employers to undergo specific forms of recruitment within the six months prior to filing the PERM application. These forms of recruitment include: a 30 day job order with the State Workforce Agency (SWA), an internal notice of filing the job opportunity at the place of employment and two Sunday ads in the newspaper of general circulation. To continue, please click here.

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