citizenship

Important Updates on EB-5 from U.S. Department of State – Indian EB-5 Estimates Reduced – Prepare to File Last Chance Cases BEFORE November 21, 2019

By | 2019-11-01T17:54:11-08:00 November 1st, 2019|EB-5, green card, I-526, Immigrant Visa, Robert Blanco, USCIS, Wolfsdorf Rosenthal|Comments Off on Important Updates on EB-5 from U.S. Department of State – Indian EB-5 Estimates Reduced – Prepare to File Last Chance Cases BEFORE November 21, 2019

Corporate Corner: Could It Become Harder to Be (and Stay) a U.S. Citizen?

By | 2019-07-23T00:26:42-08:00 July 23rd, 2019|Corporate Corner, Corporate Immigration, Permanent Residence (Green Card), USCIS, Wolfsdorf Rosenthal|Comments Off on Corporate Corner: Could It Become Harder to Be (and Stay) a U.S. Citizen?

Top 5 Reasons South Africans Want to Immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 Immigrant Investment Visa

By | 2019-05-02T01:03:39-08:00 April 25th, 2019|Blog, EB-5, green card, Joseph Barnett, Other, South Africa, Wolfsdorf Rosenthal|Comments Off on Top 5 Reasons South Africans Want to Immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 Immigrant Investment Visa

Big Brother is Watching–4 Things to Know about Applying for U.S. Visas and Citizenship in the Digital Information Age

By | 2018-05-22T23:12:02-08:00 December 20th, 2017|Bernard Wolfsdorf, Blog, Immigrant Visa, Matthew Beatus, Non-Immigrant Visa|Comments Off on Big Brother is Watching–4 Things to Know about Applying for U.S. Visas and Citizenship in the Digital Information Age

Marry a Prince, become a Duchess, and Lose your American Citizenship? Could the Royal Wedding Create a Nationality Headache? Musings of an Immigration Lawyer

By | 2018-05-23T19:17:23-08:00 December 1st, 2017|Bernard Wolfsdorf, Blog, Robert Blanco|Comments Off on Marry a Prince, become a Duchess, and Lose your American Citizenship? Could the Royal Wedding Create a Nationality Headache? Musings of an Immigration Lawyer