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For nearly 20 years, Miller Mayer has provided exceptional counsel to regional centers, developers, and individual EB-5 investors seeking EB-5 capital and visas. Our EB-5 Practice Group combines an unsurpassed depth and breadth of experience with a demonstrated and unrivaled capacity to achieve approval of EB-5 projects and immigrant visas. We have the proven experience, expertise, and knowledge of EB-5 law to guide our clients through the complex and evolving standards of EB-5 adjudication.

2017 IMMIGRATION CHANGES

The initial months of the Trump presidency have produced an extraordinary number of changes and proposals to affect our nation’s immigration laws. Check this page for updates and guidance on these 2017 immigration change proposals.

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July 25, 2017

TN Visa Requirements for Registered Nurses

Application Overview To qualify for admission to the United States as a Registered Nurse in the TN (NAFTA Professionals) category, a Canadian or Mexican national must meet the following requirements: Hold a valid Canadian or Mexican...

July 20, 2017

What to Do if Your Green Card Hasn’t Arrived

Whether you filed for adjustment of status in the United States or applied for an immigrant visa at a U.S. consulate abroad, you should receive a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”)-produced green card...

July 20, 2017

The Green Card Quota System Explained

With the exception of the immediate family of U.S. citizens and refugees/asylees, United States green card allocations are subject to two types of quotas and a preference system that prioritizes certain green card categories over...

July 20, 2017

Travel while Adjustment of Status is Pending

Nonimmigrants in the United States in most statuses (including B, E, F, J, O, P, R, T, U and TN) who have filed Adjustment of Status (“AOS”) applications (I-485) are advised not to travel outside the United States until...

July 20, 2017

Switching from B Visitor to F-1 Student Status

It is not uncommon for foreign nationals visiting the United States to decide to remain to pursue studies. However, a visitor (B-1 or B-2 visa holder) generally cannot attend school before changing to student status. The recommended...

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