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  • E-2 Visa approval for an Australian citizen in the US Fiberglass Pool Industry

    Our firm recently had the pleasure of guiding an Australian client to a successful E-2 visa approval, paving the way for their influential role as a manager with a growing U.S. fiberglass pool company. This achievement not only underscores our commitment to facilitating impactful business ventures but also highlights the potential for international professionals to […]
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  • E-3 Visa: A Silver Lining for Australian Students Beyond the H-1B Lottery

    To all our friends down under: if the H-1B lottery hasn’t worked out for you, don’t lose heart. The E-3 visa stands out as a fantastic back-up option, and is exclusively for Australians, offering a smoother pathway to employment in the U.S. Let’s explore how the E-3 visa could be your golden ticket, why applying […]
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  • Certain Visa Appointment Scheduling Platforms Change to U.S. Visa Scheduling

    U.S. Consulates all over the world such as India, Australia, South Korea, Japan, and others have recently switched to a new visa appointment scheduling system. Previously, consulates used U.S. Traveldocs. Now, some are starting to use a new appointment scheduling system called U.S. Visa Scheduling.  Unfortunately, the change in platforms has caused some issues for […]
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  • Australian E-3 Visa Interview Preparation: What You Need To Know

    Are you planning to apply for an Australian E-3 visa in 2023? This video will provide you with the essential information you need to know before your interview. Our experienced immigration lawyer will guide you through the process, answer common questions and share helpful tips. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity – get ready […]
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  • Increase in US Visa Fees for Australians

    The US Department of State has dramatically increased visa issuance fees for Australian nationals in certain visa categories as of December 23, 2019. The US government charges visa issuance fees for nonimmigrant visas that are approved. The fee increases are intended to reciprocate the fees the Australian government charges US citizens who are issued visas.  […]
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