Susan Pai discusses the issues that the United States faced under Title 42. She explains what Title 42 is and why it was a topic of contention. For example, Susan Pai discusses the 2 million immigration court case backlog in the United States.
Interview: What is Title 42 and Why It Was a Topic of Contention in the United States
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E-2 Non-Immigrant Visas: A Guide to Eligibility, Applying, and Key Requirements for Treaty Investor Visas
What is an E-2 visa? The E-2 investor visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows citizens of certain countries to live and work in the United States temporarily if they invest a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business. The E-2 visa is available to citizens of countries that have a treaty of commerce
An L-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa category that allows multinational companies to transfer certain employees from their foreign offices to their U.S. offices. It is designed to facilitate the temporary transfer of employees who possess specialized knowledge or executive/managerial skills within the company. There are two main types of L-1 visas: To qualify for
A fiancé visa application is a type of visa application that allows a foreign national to enter another country for the purpose of marrying a citizen or permanent resident of that country. It is also commonly known as a “K-1 visa” in the United States, as it falls under the K category of nonimmigrant visas.
Florida’s SB 1718 Anti-Immigrant Law Includes Plenty of Penalties Against Employers Who Hire Lawfully-Present Foreign Nationals Who Are Waiting on Their Employment Authorization Document
Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis uses the terms “unauthorized” and “illegal” interchangeably when speaking. These are two very different legal terms. The new anti-immigrant law just signed into law by Governor DeSantis, SB1718, affects those who came here illegally, those who came here legally but overstayed their visa and those who are here legally but not authorized to work.