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E-2 Visa- AN IMMIGRATION PATHWAY TO THE UNITED STATES FOR TURKISH NATIONALS

Written by Taher Kameli The  E-2  visa  provides  an   immigration   pathway   for foreigners   who  seek   to   come to the United States. In general terms, an E-2 visa is for (a) a citizen of a country with which  the  United  States  maintains  “a  treaty   of commerce   and   navigation”,   (b)   who  will “develop and direct” a United States “enterprise” in which he or she invests “a substantial amount of capital”. The E-2 visa has been popular with Turkish nationals in recent years. In 2014, 422 Turkish nationals were issued an E-2 visa  in the United  States.  In

Chicago’s New Plan to Partially Re-Open Schools for Special Needs Kids Amid Concerns Over Halting the Spread of COVID-19

Written by Taher Kameli & Chathan Vemuri   The protective measures taken against potentially crowded facilities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has left many parents of children in the Chicago Public School system anxious as to when to partake of these interpersonal activities again.[1] While many parents recognize the importance of social distance learning at this time, parents of very young children or special needs children are particularly concerned that remote learning is not meeting the distinctive needs of their children and could fundamentally disrupt their education in the long term.[2]

Trump’s New Final Rule for the H-1B Visa and How It Helps Stifle Work-Based Immigration

Written by Taher Kameli & Chathan Vemuri   A recurring talking point from the Trump Administration has been that “illegal immigrants” allegedly steal jobs from American workers.[1] He has consistently tried to link illegal immigration (however tenuously) to detrimental changes in the U.S. by pointing to the performance of the U.S. economy and the job market.[2] In the early days of his campaign, he was very clear that, in his view as well as that of his supporters, immigrants were “taking our jobs…our manufacturing jobs…[and] our money.”[3] Since taking office in

Bringing Banking Registration into the 21st Century: SEC Codifies New Disclosure Requirements for Banking Registrants

Written by Taher Kameli & Chathan Vemuri For the past 30 years, the rules and requirements for banks and savings & loan registrants for making disclosures to investors have been a mess as they simply duplicated other rules and requirements of the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) and the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) or the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).[1] This failed to take into account major changes in financial reporting since 1986 when the last substantive update to Industry Guide 3, Statistical Disclosure by Bank Holding Companies, the guide published by the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance

Physical Violence Towards Special-Needs Children

Written by Taher Kameli & Chathan Vemuri Educating children with special needs requires a heightened degree of specialized training, experience, individualized attention, patience and above all empathy beyond that required for children in general. Missteps and errors by those who do not know what they’re doing can potentially cause serious damage to both that child’s educational as well as their emotional well-being. As such, the relationship between adult supervisors/teachers/principals and children with special needs is an unequal one where the child is potentially vulnerable to errors or wrongful actions by the adult. This is painfully apparent with the phenomena of physical abuse where