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Webinar 4/29: How to Bring Your Business to the Largest Consumer Economy in the World

On April 29, 2015 at 11 am PST, The Grady Firm attorneys will be presenting a webinar on how foreign entrepreneurs can do business in the United States, from a corporate and immigration law perspective. 374 more words

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Are you Eligible for a Family Based United States Green Card?

Relatives of U.S. Citizens can obtain U.S. Green Cards!   If you have a U.S. Citizen relative and fall under any of the below categories, it is likely that you are eligible for a U.S. 147 more words

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Marlins' Jose Fernandez Becomes U.S. Citizen

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s a big day for Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez.

The 22-year-old, who defected from Cuba in 2008, is now an American citizen. 196 more words

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Marlins' Ace Jose Fernandez To Become U.S. Citizen

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez is anxiously awaiting his return to the team’s lineup after undergoing Tommy John Surgery last year. 175 more words

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Eb-2 India Update

In a recent meeting on April 16, 2015, Charles (“Charlie”) Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division, U.S. Department of State predicted the following: 53 more words

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Your Facebook Relationship Status Might Say: “It’s Complicated,” But Understanding Your Immigration Status Shouldn’t Be! 

It’s true that immigration is a complicated area of law.   At Your Immigration Angel, we stay at the forefront of changing immigration policy and legislation.  Even if your circumstances are complicated, we can answer your immigration questions and create the best strategies for you.  112 more words

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Immigrants in California Are Valuable Assets to the Economy and Are Achieving Increasingly Higher Levels of Education!

Did you know that according to 2012 data, more than half of young adults in California ages 16 to 26 were first- or second-generation immigrants… 177 more words

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