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Author: Jeff MacArthur

  • NEXUS Appointments Available Again in Canada

    As of December 1, conditionally approved NEXUS and FAST applicants of CBP’s Trusted Traveler Programs may now complete the interview portion of the enrollment process at the Fort Erie/Peace Bridge Enrollment Centers. Watch the video below for more information and you may also be interested in this page on the CBP website: CBP Implements Split […]
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  • USCIS Processing Times

    When applying for a visa, waiver, or green card through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the government provides an approximate processing time. Many factors may affect how long it takes USCIS to complete an application, petition or request, such as the number of applications, petitions, or requests they receive, workload and staffing allocations, the […]
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  • Client Approval: L-1A Visa with Premium Processing

    Are you looking to get a client approval L-1A visa with premium processing? Learn more in the video below. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers a variety of visas for people who want to come to the United States. One such visa is the L-1A Intracompany Transferee Executive Visa. Associate Attorney Rebecca […]
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  • Questions About Traveling to Canada with a Criminal Record

    If you have a criminal record and are thinking of travelling to Canada during the holidays then watch Canadian immigration lawyer Tiffany McKenzie’s video below. She’ll explain how your criminal record can affect your ability to cross the border into Canada and will offer some tips on how to overcome any potential obstacles. You may […]
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  • I’m on an H-1B and Have Been Laid Off. Can I Change to Visitor Status?

    Are you one of the many recently laid-off U.S. tech workers? Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo discusses whether H-1B holders can change to visitor status in the video below. Berardi can help in a variety of ways, so check out our Tech Workers Resources page and fill out our intake form for next steps. If you […]
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  • I’m a Tech Worker on an L-1 and Have Been Laid Off. What Are My Options?

    Berardi Immigration Law Associate Attorney Rebecca Bentley discusses options for L-1 tech workers that have been laid off. If you’re one of the many tech workers in the U.S. that has been laid off, we can help. Please check out our Tech Workers Resources page and fill out our intake form for next steps.
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  • Canadian Immigration: Work Permits

    There are several different paths one can take when attempting to move to and work in Canada. The Canadian government has many rules and regulations in place to control the flow of immigrants and workers coming to the country. Below, we will outline a few of the different main documents workers and employers will need […]
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  • Canadian Immigration: Marriage-Based Green Cards

    Spousal sponsorship is a popular method for obtaining a green card. At Berardi Immigration Law, we understand the importance of uniting with your significant other and will make every effort to ensure it happens. Below you’ll find some information regarding the process of receiving a marriage-based green card in Canada.  Who can I sponsor? The […]
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  • I’m on an H-1B and Have a Pending Green Card. I’ve Been Laid Off. What Are my Options?

    If you’re one of the many tech workers in the U.S. that has been laid off by your employer, check out our latest video with Associate Attorney Zach Ahlstrom. You may also be interested in our Tech Workers Resources page and if you want to take the next steps then just fill out our intake […]
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  • I’m on an H-1B and Have Been Laid Off. What Are My Options?

    Berardi Immigration Law Partner Jennifer Behm talks about options if you’re on an H-1B and have been laid off. If you’re one of the many tech workers in the U.S. that has been laid off, we can help you change your status and maintain lawful status in the U.S. Check out our Tech Workers Resources […]
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