These blogs are not legal advice and should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an attorney.
In the age of the Me Too Movement, the public’s attention has focused on NDAs in settlement and employment agreements that concern the private conduct of individuals and not having much to do with maintaining a competitive advantage.Read More
This is the second installment of our two-part immigration series. We began with the extraordinary ability visa or the EB1A. This time, we are discussing J1 visas and the home residency requirement that attaches to some of those seeking that visa.Read More
If you have extraordinary ability, then USCIS will grant you an employment-based, first-preference visa without having to invest a million dollars.Read More