Living and working in the US is easier than you may think

It’s no secret that the United States provides incredible opportunities for citizens and immigrants alike. The challenge for those who are not citizens is finding a way to legally enter the United States to take advantage of the opportunities that are available. In truth, there are many ways to legally live and work in the […]

How can E-2 Visa help Pakistani citizens live and work legally in the US?

Although immigration law can be very confusing, to those who are in the know, there are plenty of opportunities for citizens of other countries to legally live and work in the United States for extended periods of time. One such opportunity is with the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa. This visa, also known as the Treaty, […]

Understanding the H-2B Visa | Q & A Session with Abeer | Part 2

This is a continuation of the blog posted a couple weeks ago, which can be found HERE.  If you missed part one of this series, I would highly encourage you to go back and check it out as well.  This blog post picks up about half way through our conversation with Abeer regarding the H-2B […]

Understanding the H-2B Visa | Q & A Session with Abeer | Part 1

We recently managed to wrestle a couple of hours of time out of Abeer’s busy schedule to spend time discussing the H-2B Visa.  This is an employment based visa program which allows US employers to hire foreign workers to fill temporary, seasonal, and peak load positions when US workers are not available.  This program has […]

Exciting Announcement! Our New Video Podcast (Immigration Insights) is now LIVE!

  We are excited to announce that we have launched a brand new video podcast series called Immigration Insights with Abeer Amin.  Abeer has had a passion for immigration law since her childhood that stems from her experiences as an immigrant herself.  Abeer was born in Pakistan, raised in Saudi Arabia, and witnessed first-hand the […]

New Public Charge Law will Go Into Effect February 24, 2020

By Marnie Kunz After a 5-4 vote by the Supreme Court on January 27, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security will implement a new expansion to the “Public Charge” rule. The new public charge rule expands the definition of who would become a “public charge,” so, for immigrants applying for visas, it will be harder […]