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Tag: Canadian work permit

  • A Busy and Successful Week at the Peace Bridge

    Our attorneys presented a total of 5 L-1 applications and 1 TN application and all were approved! On Tuesday, Rosanna Berardi, managing partner, accompanied three business professionals applying for L-1A status as managers/executives.  Ms. Berardi was requested to meet the clients at the Peace Bridge and assist them in presenting the applications to the Customs […]

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  • Year End Review of the TN Category

    As 2012 is coming to an end, Berardi Immigration Law is taking a look at past TN blogs and videos and re-posting some of our “favorites” that we believe will help guide you in the TN process. Basic overview of the TN category: The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) makes temporary employment in the U.S. […]

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  • L-1A Status Granted to Canadian Exec Opening New Office in NYC

    Berardi Immigration Law was recently retained by a Canadian professional who wished to enter the United States to open a new branch of his Canadian-based company in the United States. Our client is the President/Creative Director of a successful marketing corporation, and in order to successfully fulfill the demands of his U.S. customer accounts, as […]

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  • HR Professionals Ask About their Employment-Based Immigration Concerns

    Recently, Berardi Immigration Law reached out to a number of our corporate immigration clients to find out what some of the most frequently asked questions from their foreign employees are.   Here are some of those responses: Q: Can foreign employees working in the U.S. travel outside the U.S.? A: Generally yes but the requirements may […]

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  • Canada and the U.S. Wave Their Flags to Celebrate Freedom

    This week, both Canada and the U.S. had something to celebrate. On Monday, celebrations for Canada Day provided our friends across the Canadian border with an extended holiday weekend.

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  • B-1 in Lieu of H-1B May Be Temporary Solution for Some Foreign Workers

    While the H-1B cap for fiscal year 2013 has been reached, the Secretary of State has provided U.S. diplomatic and consular posts with further guidance for issuing B-1 visas in lieu of H-1B visas.  There are certain limited circumstances under which an alien who qualifies for an H-1B visa may more appropriately be classified as B-1 […]

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  • L-1 visa issued smoothly despite substantial increases in RFEs and Denials

    Recent data obtained from CIS indicates a substantial increase in the number of Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and Denials issued with respect to nonimmigrant employment-based petitions (L, H, O, P for example).  This is despite the fact that the law and relevant regulations remain unchanged. 

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