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  • Client Testimonial from Shahzeb Butt, Senior Financial Analyst for Livingston International

    Berardi Immigration Law began working with Mr. Shahzeb Butt to secure employment status for him in the United States in April of 2014. Mr. Butt had been employed with Livingston International Canada in the role of Senior Financial Analyst since 2011, giving him more than three years of qualifying managerial employment. At that time, our […]
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  • Adjust Your Status or Depart for Consular Processing? The Pros and Cons

    There are several advantages and disadvantages to the process of Adjusting your Status from within the United States or going through Consular Processing from abroad after deciding to depart the country. Here we break down the pros and cons of each process and provide some tips for completing either option. If you must file an […]
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  • What is PERM Certification?

    Before many foreign workers can apply for an employment-based Green Card through U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) or a consular post, his or her employer must first receive a PERM Labor Certification from the U.S. Department of Labor (U.S. DOL). PERM certification verifies to USCIS that there are no available U.S. workers for a […]
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