Under the U.S. Immigration law, U.S. Visas allow entry into and travel within the country. The two main types of visas issued to individuals seeking to relocate to the United States permanently […]

Immigration Trends

Immigration to the United States is not totally determined by shifts in flow that occur as a result of lawmakers revising the allocations. Immigration to the United States plummeted in the middle of […]

Immigrant Detention

Certain removable aliens cannot be removed from the United States because they do not have travel documents permitting them to return to their country of origin or because the aliens are more likely […]

The Right to U.S. Immigration Status

The U.S. immigration law is neither logical nor precise because the immigration department must adjust to international political as well as economic pressures. Moreover, there are always new developments in this field. We […]

What is Business litigation?

Business litigation involves business clients in disputes in business transactions or relationships, with other businesses, government entities, or groups of individuals. Business entities involved in business litigation are partnerships, limited liability companies, sole […]

Italian business law

Italy encourages foreign investment by offering foreign entities the same incentives, subsidised loans, or cash grants, available to entities owned by Italian nationals. Italian business law offers a limited number of Italian […]

Targeted Employment Areas

We have briefly touched on the subject of targeted employment areas, which are commonly known as „TEAs‟. It is important that you have a good understanding of their functioning. Before a regional center is […]

Business Visas

The United States and foreign countries have attempted to facilitate investments and exchanges as well as professional commercial services between business people who are American and qualified foreign nationals thus allowing them to cross […]

An Introduction to US Immigration

The U.S. immigration system is essentially divided into three categories for those seeking permanent residency: Close Family Ties: such as spouses, parents, brothers and sisters or adult children;  Education: those with at least a bachelor‟s […]


Removal proceedings begin with a Notice to Appear (NTA), which is a document issued to noncitizens who the government believes are inadmissible or removable, and who will not be subjected […]

What is a business Green Card?

The requirements for the immigrant entrepreneurs are, in general, as follows: Fifth preference: Employment creation investor: (i) The investor must normally invest $1 million in a new United States business […]

What is a Regional Center?

A regional center is no more than a defined geographical area in the U.S within which a sponsor seeks to promote economic growth through increased export sales, improved regional productivity, the creation of […]


Depending on your immigration status and/or criminal record, you may be subject to mandatory detention. If you are in mandatory detention, you will have to fight your removal proceedings (make the requests […]


Theft is a crime of taking of someone else’s property without his/her permission and depriving him/her permanently. Thief is someone who carries out an act of theft. In some jurisdictions, theft is considered […]

DACA For Young Immigrants

DACA ( Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) was created on June 15, 2012, by President Obama and consists in a new policy calling for deferred actions for certain undocumented young […]

How do I get an L-1 Visa?

The L-1 visa or “Intracompany Transferee” is a non-immigrant visa, which allows companies operating both in the United States, and abroad, to transfer certain classes of employee, in the managerial, executive, or […]


The National Interest Waiver (NIW) is an immigration Visa classification designed to foreign nationals of exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business, and advanced degreed professionals such as: Masters, P.h.D, and […]


An adjustment of status (ASO) is available for individuals — usually family members, fiancés, students or temporary resident employees of a U.S. business — who wish to apply for permanent […]

Internet Defamation. Internet law

Internet users can access information and communicate with each other giving them a false sense of freedom in their communications. Moreover Internet has complete accessibility distinguishing it from traditional print […]

The “H” Visa for Professionals.

The “H” Visa for Professionals. The “H” Visa for Professionals. More than forty professionals are listed as being deemed “professional”: such as: Computer system analysts, Engineers, Accountants, Dentists, College, university or […]

More about the o 1b visa

An O visa is a classification of non-immigrant temporary worker visa granted by the United States to an alien “who possesses extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or […]

What is Immigration fraud?

To enter or remain in the United States and be eligible for various immigration related benefits, aliens must comply with a number of document requirements under the Immigration and Nationality […]

E-1 or E-2 Visa?

The “E” visa is a non-immigrant visa, which means that it is issued for a certain amount of time as set by a treaty and can be renewed at any […]

Green Card document.

A Green Card is a document that proves that an immigrant is legally authorized to live and work in the United States. A Green Card is obtained through a family-based […]

Aggravated Felony

This is the worst category of crimes for immigration purposes because being convicted of an aggravated felony makes you ineligible for most forms of relief and subjects you to mandatory […]

Why are Regional Centers Created?

Aside from creating an enticing platform for U.S. residency, the regional center concept is premised upon the thought that pooling investor funds into one project is safer and constructive when compared to the […]


In 1990, Congress created the EB-5 program to benefit the U.S. economy by attracting investments from qualified foreign investors. Under this program, each investor is required to demonstrate that at least 10 […]

How to File a Regional Center Application

With limited and restricted financial options, developers are seeking alternative financing through the EB-5 program. This may include all equity participation by the investors, or a hybrid of partial financing and EB-5 investors. Each regional […]


Laws regulating drug crimes are an area of intense interest in the United States. Many states have thought about drug law reforms, including the increasing legalization of medical marijuana, and, […]