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Category: Work In The US

  • USCIS Recommends Sending in Medical Exams Upfront for Employment-Based AOS Applicant

    When applying for an employment-based green card with an Adjustment of Status Form I-495, there is a requirement to obtain a medical examination from a civil surgeon. A civil surgeon is a medical practitioner specifically designated by USCIS to perform these evaluations. When going for this exam, it is important to bring a Form I-693 […]
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  • Latest on H-1B Lottery

    There’s a deadline approaching for the H-1B Lottery! The H-1B category is designated for temporary professionals to work in the U.S. in a specialty occupation, which is generally defined as a position that requires at least a Bachelors degree or the equivalent. The applicant must prove eligibility for the H-1B category with documentation of sufficient […]
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  • PERM Green Cards & The Mobile Workforce

    Is the PERM position remote? In the office? Or hybrid? Check out the video below to see why it matters and check out Berardi’s PERM/Green Card Center for more info. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • What is “Cap Gap” and Are You Eligible?

    Qualified F-1 foreign student visa holders who are transitioning to an H-1B work visa may be able to extend their status and work authorization beyond the period initially authorized with a Cap Gap Extension. Since new H-1Bs do not become available each year until October 1st, students whose F-1 status ends between April 1st and […]
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  • Client Approval: TN for Civil Engineer

    The TN Visa category was created under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which created special economic and trade relationships for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Zach talks about a recent client applying for a TN work permit for a civil engineer in the video below. You can also check out our TN Spotlight […]
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  • Can You Live in the US & Work Remotely?

    You’re a foreign national – working for a company in your home country – and you want to live in the U.S. and work remotely. Sounds easy but it’s not that simple. Watch our video below and check out our Universal Visa Services section for how we can help. If you have any questions, contact […]
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  • Client Approval: TN Status for Management Consultant

    In this video, we explore how the type of sponsorship can decide the outcome for a management consultant applying for TN status. The TN Visa category was created under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which created special economic and trade relationships for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Find out more in the video […]
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  • O-1B for the Arts, Motion Pictures & Television

    The O-1B category is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, or extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry. Extraordinary ability in the field of arts means distinction, or a high level of achievement evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered in the industry. Similarly, beneficiaries […]
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  • L-1A Approval Beyond 7 Years

    The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. It is available to individuals who have worked for a foreign corporation that has a parent, subsidiary, branch or affiliate company in the U.S. The individual must have been employed in an executive or managerial position (L-1A), or in a specialized knowledge capacity […]
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  • Client Approval: TN for Canadian Accountant

    The TN Visa category was created under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which created special economic and trade relationships for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Watch our video below and read more about the TN Visa for NAFTA Professionals and check out our NAFTA News Center, including our TN Spotlight on Accountants, TN […]
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