Ronald Shapiro

Special Professional Visas for Mexico and Canadian Citizens

The North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) created a new class of work visa that is available only to citizens from Canada and Mexico. It allows citizens (not permanent residents) to apply for a renewable visa to work and…more
| Immigration Law

Bringing Families Together with a Same-Sex Visa

The United States Supreme Court has now granted same-sex unions the same rights that traditional marriages experience. This also means that green cards are now available for immigrant spouses of the same sex. The law now grants…more
| Immigration Law

Investor Visa Applications Skyrocket

The popular EB-5 immigration program has exceeded its applicant limit for the third consecutive year. Applications have more than doubled, from 13,526 during the first quarter of 2015 to 21,988 over the same period this year. At…more
| Immigration Law

Presidential Election Adds Turmoil to Visa Process

The presidential election is coming soon, and voters may not understand how the candidates stand on immigration issues. Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican candidate. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are both vying to…more
| Immigration Law

Divorce and K1 Adjustment of Status

Recipients of a fiancé visa, officially known as a K-1 visa are required to marry only their United States’ citizen petitioner. After the marriage, the foreign citizen must then file for an adjustment of status within 90 days of…more
| Immigration Law

Road Map to Family Based Immigration

As of 2014, there were 42.4 million immigrants living in the United States. This represents nearly 13.3% of the entire population. The number of immigrants making their way to the United States continues to grow. In 2014, 1.3…more
| Immigration Law

Road Map to Family Based Immigration

As of 2014, there were 42.4 million immigrants living in the United States. This represents nearly 13.3% of the entire population. The number of immigrants making their way to the United States continues to grow. In 2014, 1.3…more
| Immigration Law

EB-5 Visa Program A Win-Win For Immigrants And Americans

The 1990 EB-5 green card program has been a controversial one for Americans, even as thousands of foreign nationals and American citizens reap the benefits of the program. Through the program, impoverished areas in the United…more
| Immigration Law

Recent Study Says American Economy Needs More Skilled Immigrants

A recent report by a Dartmouth College professor suggests that current H-1B are too restrictive, limit productivity grown and are cost businesses in the United States thousands of dollars per worker. At a time when immigration…more
| Immigration Law, Labor & Employment Law

New Challenges for Immigration Law

A split vote between the eight Supreme Court justices has added to the challenges facing President Obama’s immigration plan. Without a majority vote in favor, it is possible that the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and…more
| Immigration Law

Allegations of Fraud in EB5 Program

Immigrants seeking an EB5 green card to enter the United States are often at risk of being taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals. Eager to gain legal entrance to the United States, many overlook questionable investments…more
| Immigration Law, Securities Law

Marrying a U.S.Citizen: Which Visa is Right for You?

When United States citizens and foreign-born individuals decide to tie the knot, there can be a variety of obstacles that get in the way. While things like language barriers, religious customs and cultural misunderstandings can…more
| Immigration Law

Corporate Immigration: Changing the Way America Does Business

The United States is undoubtedly a country filled with opportunity, prosperity, and diverse culture. Although America is one of the richest, most economically powerful countries in the world, it is important to recognize that…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Immigration Law, International Law & Trade

Labor Certification Offers Employers More Permanent Options For Skilled Workers

The foreign worker program in the United States allows employers to hire non-American workers for a variety of skilled and unskilled positions. Most employers are familiar with the H-1 temporary work visa program; however, for…more
| Immigration Law, International Law & Trade, Labor & Employment Law, Science, Computers, & Technology

Layoffs of Foreign Workers Lead to Corporate Immigration Concerns

While there is much focus in the media about the termination of U.S. employees and their replacement with workers abroad, there is little discussion about the layoff of foreign employees, currently living in the country…more
| Immigration Law, Labor & Employment Law
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