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  • Strategies for Recruiting Immigration Talent In Light of FTC Non-Compete Clause

    Published on May 06, 2024

    On April 23, 2024 the Federal Trade Commission announced a final rule that will effect non-compete agreements moving forward. With nearly one in five Americans (estimated 30 million total or 18% of the U.S. workforce) subject to a non-compete clauses, the final rule will cause disruptions to many employers but pave the way for increased…

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    EB-2 NIW for Pilots: A Guide to Navigating the National Interest Waiver Process

    Published on February 26, 2024

    The EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) process for pilots is a critical pathway in U.S. immigration law, designed specifically for those in the aviation industry. Pilots seeking permanent residency in the United States can leverage the EB-2 NIW by demonstrating their work’s significant national interest. What is EB-2 NIW for Pilots? The EB-2 NIW for…

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    How to Determine if an E-2 Visa is Suitable for You

    Published on December 11, 2023

    Are you contemplating establishing, acquiring, or managing a business in the United States? As an entrepreneur or investor from a country that has a treaty of commerce and navigation with the U.S., you might be considering an E-2 visa. This non-immigrant visa requires a substantial investment in a bona fide U.S. enterprise. Let me guide…

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    Unusual Criteria for EB-1A Petitions and How to Satisfy Them

    Published on November 15, 2023

    It is no surprise that the EB-1A green card is highly desirable given its reputation, strict standards, and the relatively small number awarded each year. Many assume that an EB-1A green card is beyond their reach and is reserved only for highly accomplished scientists, researchers, doctors, academics, etc. This is not a correct assumption, as…

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    DHS Announces Increase to H-2B Cap with Additional 65,000 visas for FY 2024

    Published on November 06, 2023

    On November 3, the Department of Homeland Security alongside the Department of Labor made the announcement that an additional 64,716 H-2B temporary nonagricultural visas would be made available for FY 2024, in addition to the already constituted 66,000 available annually. The H-2B program allows employers to hire foreign workers temporarily (one-time, seasonal or intermittent employment)…

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    President Biden’s Executive Order for Trustworthy and Secure Artificial Intelligence

    Published on November 03, 2023

    On October 30th, President Biden issued an Executive Order aimed at securing America’s leadership in harnessing the potential and mitigating the risks associated with artificial intelligence (AI). This order introduces new standards for the safety and security of AI, safeguards privacy, promotes equity and civil rights, advocates for consumers and workers, drives innovation and competition,…