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VERDIN Law - E Visa Report 2020, Colombia SA

E Visas Report 2020, Colombia SA – VERDIN Law

E Visas Report 2020, Colombia By Isaul Verdin, Verdin Law Founder and Managing Attorney → Download or View the PDF: The E Visa Report 2020, Colombia - VERDIN Law · Report Content · What are E1 and E2 Visas? What are...
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VERDIN Dallas Immigration Law - USCIS Premium Processing Services Update Oct 2020

USCIS Premium Processing Services Update Oct 2020

USCIS Introduces Premium Processing Services New: Rapid Processing of Certain Applications · USCIS Premium Processing Fees Will Apply · Isaul Verdin, VERDIN Law Founder and Managing Attorney USCIS Expands Premium Processing Services in Appropriations Bill 8337 The USCIS announced recently it...
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Best Lawyers in America 2021 Recognition - Isaul Verdin, Dallas Immigration Lawyer

Isaul Verdin Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America©

Isaul Verdin in The Best Lawyers in America© 2021, Field of Immigration Law The Best Lawyers in America© - • Respected Peer Review Publication • Isaul Verdin, Texas Board Certified Immigration Lawyer VERDIN Law is excited to announce that Isaul Verdin...
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VERDIN Immigration Law, Dallas and the US - USCIS Filing Fee Increases and Fee Structure Changes, Effective 10-2-20

USCIS Filing Fee Increases and Fee Structure Changes, Effective 10-2-20

USCIS Fees Increase by Average of 20% Current Fee Structure Changed to Impose Specific Fees per Visa Category Some USCIS Filing Fees to Increase 20%+ on Oct 2, 2020 By Isaul Verdin, VERDIN Founder and Managing Attorney | New USCIS...
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E2 Visas - Real Estate Industry Report

Given the strength and stability of the U.S. economy, it is not surprising that more foreign investors are selecting real estate business models to secure E-2 visas as a method of obtaining residence status and business presence in the U.S.
VERDIN E2 Visas Real Estate Industry Report
E Visas Report 2020, Colombia SA - VERDIN Law

E Visas Report 2020, Colombia SA

It is our desire that this report offers a starting point for Colombian businesses as they consider expanding their market reach to the U.S.
This report gives an overview of E Visas. Key immigration strategy includes E Visas: E1 Visas and E2 Visas.
E Visas 2020 Report - Colombia

About VERDIN Law

At VERDIN, the client will always be the highest priority.
VERDIN believes that communication is the lifeblood of the attorney-client relationship.

Built on a foundation of exceptional customer service, VERDIN is highly regarded for its responsiveness to clients. We understand that our clients are entrusting their jobs, families, and futures to the firm, and we treat that trust with the utmost respect.

Investment-Based Immigration – We obtain trader (E-1) and investor (E-2 and EB-5) visas for entrepreneurs from treaty countries around the world wanting to do business in the United States. We also work with managerial and executive (L-1A) and specialized knowledge (L-1B) employee transfer visas, and extraordinary ability (EB-1) residency for multinational executives.

Deportation Defense Litigation – We litigate on behalf of clients in removal proceedings at all stages of the process.

Family-Based Immigration – We obtain green cards and other benefits based on family relationships or crime victimization through adjustment of status or consular processing.

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Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) Visas

Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) visas are non-immigrant visas for citizens of countries with which the United States maintains treaties of commerce and navigation. For a list of participating countries, select Treaty Countries.

To qualify for an E Visa, you must be coming to the United States to:
• Engage in substantial trade (including trade in services or technology) in qualifying activities, principally between the United States and the treaty country;
• Develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in which you have invested a substantial amount of capital.

⇒ For an E-1 visa, business must be principally between the United States and the treaty country.
⇒ For an E-2 Visa, visa applicants must develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in which the applicant has invested;
or is in the process of investing a substantial amount of capital. However, there is no set amount of capital required.

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