Blog 2018-06-05T01:49:44-08:00
By: Joseph J. Shepherd, Esq. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) yesterday announced the forthcoming publication of not one but
By Vanessa Sanchez, Bernard Wolfsdorf and Naveen Bhora On May 1, 2014 the U.S. Department of State announced the winners
By Jessica L. Marks, Esq. Now that the dust has settled from the mad dash to March 31, the receipt
By Jessica L. Marks, Esq. Last week, the White House announced that new rules will soon be published to authorize
By Matthew Beatus, Esq. In February, we reported on the implications of a decision issued by a federal court in
By Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, Esq. and Robert Blanco, Esq. USCIS has published its latest processing times from the new Immigrant Investor Program
By Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, Esq. AILA EB-5 Committee attorney Bernard Wolfsdorf has engaged in a discussion with the State Department clarifying
By Matthew Beatus, Esq. A recent federal district court decision out of New Jersey has contributed to the developing legal
By Richard Yemm, Esq. Time flies! It seems like only yesterday we were discussing the ‘new’ Deferred Action for Childhood
By Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, Esq. Ensure all reception, security personnel, and HR employees understand what a Department of State site

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