Category Archive for: ‘Attorney Seth Finberg’

  • Attorney Seth Finberg

    Frequently asked Questions on Premium Processing

    What exactly is Premium Processing?   Premium processing is a service, where available, for an extra fee employers can get a decision from the USCIS much more quickly on certain employment-based visa petitions.   This usually costs $2,500 and you should get a decision in 15 (or 45) …

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    Frequently asked questions on OPT, STEM OPT and H-2B’s

    I am an international student on an F-1 visa and I am about to graduate from my University in May.   How can I stay in the US and work?  The most important piece of advice I give to all of my clients and potential …

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  • Rapid Fire Changes Come to the World of Immigration

    Frequently asked questions on B’s and H-1B’s

    By Seth Finberg I was told that some registrants in the H-1B lottery have a better chance of selection.  Is this true? The H-1B lottery is a random lottery and is therefore nationality neutral.  Unlike the “Green Card Lottery” (Diversity Visa Lottery) or the Immigrant …

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  • Marriage Based Green Cards Ftr Img

    Marriage-Based Green Cards

    One of the most frequently asked questions from clients is “How can I get a green card?” The two most common pathways to becoming a green card holder are 1) getting sponsored by a spouse/ immediate family member, OR 2) getting an employer sponsorship. The …

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  • Immigration Solutions for Entrepreneurs

    Immigration Solutions for Entrepreneurs

    If you are an entrepreneur and are looking to come to the United States to form a startup, there is a new program called International Entrepreneur Parole (IEP) that you may want to consider. IEP allows startup founders to legally move to the United States …

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  • Attorney Seth Finberg

    Are you extraordinary? O-1 visas for persons of extraordinary ability

    I recently had a consultation with Vikram, a film director from India, who was studying advanced film production and technology in the United States.   Often clients will come with a specific visa in mind.   Vikram had done some research and was interested in an O-1B …

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  • International Student (F-1) Visas and Employment:

    International Student (F-1) Visas and Employment:

    At any given time, there are more than one million international students studying in the United States and the vast majority come to study in the U.S. on an F-1 visa.   The typical international student attends an American college or university to complete a …

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