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Labor Law: Unpaid Interns in Florida

There are a lot of good things to be said about doing business in the US. Many Americans don’t realize how much easier things are here, as compared to some other parts of the world. There are a few notable exceptions, however, and using unpaid interns may be one.

ESTATE PLANNING: Advantages of a Will (Part I)

We all have a tendency to put off thinking about our own demise. It usually takes some kind of prompt to get us to take the time – and pay the money – to have a will drafted. That prompt may come in the form of the birth of child or development of health issues. Those are common reasons people start thinking about their last will and testament, but are they the only reasons?

IMMIGRATION: TN-2 Program (Mexicans)

The TN-2 program is available only to Mexican citizens who intend to work in the U.S. in certain professions.  The NAFTA list of approved professions includes accountants, engineers, attorneys, pharmacists, scientists, and teachers.

TAX CONTROVERSY–PART III: TAX COURT

When we say “tax controversy,” most people think of audits, which is not wrong.  However, the process can go beyond just an examination of your return.

Foreclosure Lawyer

Harrington Recognized by Thompson Reuter as Expert in Foreclosure Law

Litigation & Mitigation, by Jeff Harrington, published by Thompson Reuter

WORK VISA: Investors (E-2 Step-by-Step)

An E-2 investor visa is one of the best ways to obtain US resident status without making a huge investment.

WORK VISAS: Investor Visas (E-2 Reqs)

This article is about the key requirements for obtaining an E-2 Visa. For each requirement, we provide tips and types of evidence you can submit to demonstrate you meet the requirement.

WORK VISAS: Specialty Occupations (H1B – Overview)

The H-1B program is designed for employers looking to recruit key workers from outside the US, and it provides foreign workers with a cost-efficient way to work legally in the US.

WORK VISAS: Specialty Occupations (H1B – Key Features)

This article is a continuation of the H-1B overview provided in our previous discussion, which you can access here.  Now that you have a general concept of the H-1B, we will turn to some of the specific features of the program.   Your Employer First of all, realize the H-1B visa must be petitioned (i) by  a particular employer, (ii) offering a particular READ FULL POST

Biden Immigration Policies

WORK VISAS: EXTRAORDINARY PROFESSIONALS (EB-1A)

One of the primary advantages of the so-called “EB-1A” is that you do not have to be sponsored by an employer.  You can “self-petition.”  You also do not have to go through the labor certification process.  And, of course, the other great thing is that this visa gives you permanent residence.