Category Archive for: ‘Attorneys’

  • Attorney Seth Finberg

    Cap Exempt H-1B visas … What to do if your current or prospective employee was not selected in the H-1B lottery?

    I recently had a South Florida-based Financial Services company reach out to me concerning an international student employee of theirs.  “David” is a very promising young man from South America who graduated last year with a master’s degree from a top Florida University.   Over …

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    EB-2 visas and National Interest Waivers (NIW)

    Question: “I’m a 40-year-old airline captain from New Zealand with over 15 years of aviation experience currently flying in the Middle East.  While my parents are from India, I was born in Auckland. Could I qualify for an EB-2 NIW? What is an NIW and …

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    EB-1A Extraordinary Ability Green Cards

    One of my favorite areas to practice immigration law involves representing exceptional individuals with extraordinary abilities.  I first use a personally created and detailed analytical analysis of my client’s (or potential client’s) specific profession, skill set, and unusual talents to determine their chances of successfully petitioning …

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    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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    Legally Speaking

    Editor’s Note: We are pleased to present this inaugural column, Legally Speaking. Each month, we ask an attorney to answer reader questions. This month, David M. Benenfeld discusses car accidents and accidents at the workplace. Please send your legal questions to editor@deshvidesh.com. I just got …

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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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  • Brown Immigration LAW

    Brown Immigration Law

      Raleigh Cleveland Columbus Durham Orlando South Field   Firm Overview: What Makes Us Stand Out North Carolina Immigration Lawyer Brown Immigration Law is dedicated to assisting foreign nationals in successfully immigrating to the United States. The laws and regulations for legal immigration are extensive …

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  • Legally Speaking

    Editor’s Note: We are pleased to present this inaugural column, Legally Speaking. Each month, we ask an expert attorney to answer reader questions. This month, David M. Benenfeld discusses car accidents and accidents at the workplace. Please send your legal questions to editor@deshvidesh.com. I just …

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