EB-2 NIW Visa Application: Is a Business Plan Necessary?

EB-2 NIW Application: Is a Business Plan Necessary?

Embarking on the journey to obtain an EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) Visa is a significant step towards achieving your professional goals in the United States. Among the myriad of requirements, the question often arises: Is a business plan essential for a successful EB-2 NIW visa application? In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the nuances of the EB-2 NIW visa application process and shed light on the role of a business plan in this context. Understanding the EB-2 NIW Visa: The EB-2 NIW Visa is designed for individuals with exceptional abilities in their respective fields, offering a pathway to permanent

EB-2/NIW (National Interest Waiver) for Entrepreneurs: Green Card for Businessmen

EB-2NIW (National Interest Waiver) for Entrepreneurs Green Card for Businessmen

At Kameli Law we strive to provide valuable insights and guidance on various immigration topics. In this article, we will delve into the EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) process specifically tailored for pilots seeking employment in the United States. The EB-2 NIW category offers a unique opportunity for skilled professionals to obtain a green card without employer sponsorship by demonstrating their exceptional abilities and the national interest their work serves. So, let’s embark on a journey through the EB-2 NIW process, focusing on its application to the aviation industry. The National Interest Waiver – A Gateway to Entrepreneurial Success: The

Navigating Family-Sponsored Visas in the U.S.: A Quick Guide ✨🇺🇸

Are you a U.S. citizen looking to bring your loved ones to the land of opportunities? Understanding the family-sponsored visa categories is key. Here’s a concise guide to the “preference” relatives you can file for: ✅Your Spouse: If you’re married, you can file for your spouse, facilitating their journey to join you in the U.S. ✅ Your Unmarried Sons or Daughters Over 21 Years of Age: The family bond knows no age limit. If your unmarried sons or daughters are over 21, you can sponsor them for a family preference visa.

Bridging Labor Gaps: Insights into the H-2B Visa Expansion

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in coordination with the Department of Labor, has proposed a regulation to augment the H-2B temporary nonagricultural worker visa program. This move aims to supplement the annual quota and address challenges faced by U.S. employers in securing temporary, non-citizen workers for seasonal jobs. Key Points of the H-2B Visa Expansion: 👉Total Visas for 2024 Fiscal Year: The proposed regulation aims to increase the total number of available H-2B visas to 130,716 for the 2024 Fiscal Year. 👉Country Allocations: 20,000 of the additional visas will be

Biden to Host South American Leaders for Summit on Migration

U.S. President Joe Biden is set to host leaders from South American nations at the White House for a summit on November 3, focusing on cooperation for economic growth and addressing irregular migration, according to the White House. The inaugural Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity Leaders’ Summit will see President Biden outline commitments to bolster and expand U.S. efforts to stimulate regional economic growth. This summit follows a non-binding declaration signed by Biden and leaders from 20 countries in the region during the “Summit of the Americas” over a year ago, aimed at addressing the migration crisis. In recent years, record numbers

Unlocking Opportunities: October 2023 Visa Bulletin Insights

The eagerly anticipated October 2023 Visa Bulletin is out, and it carries some promising developments for those navigating the complex path of U.S. immigration. This bulletin marks the inaugural release for the 2024 fiscal year, and it brings significant updates that could influence your immigration journey. Let’s delve into the key takeaways. 📌 Positive Shift in Most Employment-Based Categories The most noticeable trend in the October 2023 Visa Bulletin is the overall progression across numerous employment-based categories. This is a welcoming change from the previous month and a positive sign for immigrants and employers alike. It’s crucial to

Work Permits Granted to 472,000 Venezuelans

In a significant development for the immigration landscape, the Biden administration has recently extended and redesignated Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Venezuela. This policy shift opens doors for approximately 472,000 Venezuelans, granting them the opportunity to live and work in the United States legally. This bold step by the U.S. government not only offers a ray of hope to the Venezuelan community but also addresses the challenges faced by cities dealing with a substantial influx of migrants. In this blog post, we will explore the implications of this policy change and its potential impact on both the Venezuelan immigrants and

2023 Diversity Visa Program: A Recap and What Lies Ahead

The eagerly awaited 2023 Diversity Visa Program has drawn to a close, leaving many hopeful applicants curious about what comes next. In this blog post, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive update on the program’s status, what it means for those who were not selected this year, and what to anticipate in the near future. The U.S. Embassy in Tashkent has issued a crucial announcement, and Kameli Law is here to break it down for you. 🔑 The 2023 Diversity Visa Program: A Year in Review The Department of State has been diligently working to administer the

Biden’s Call to Update the Immigration System

In the face of a pressing labour crisis, the US Biden administration is taking proactive steps to address the critical need for immigration system reform. As the workforce landscape evolves, so must our immigration policies. At Kameli Law, we’re here to shed light on the implications and opportunities that this much-needed update brings. 🗽🌍 🔑 A Call for Modernization: The White House has sounded the clarion call, acknowledging the urgent need to overhaul the “woefully outdated” immigration system. Highlighting the importance of this update, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre emphasized the necessity to reflect the demands

Legal Challenge Against Biden’s Temporary Legal Status Policy

We at Kameli Immigration Law Firm believe in keeping you informed about significant developments in the world of immigration. Today, we delve into the forthcoming trial that centers around the Biden administration’s policy, aimed at granting entry to migrants from four specific countries into the United States. This policy has sparked legal deliberations and drawn attention from various quarters. 📰 The Background: The Biden policy in question seeks to provide a pathway for migrants from four distinct countries to attain entry into the United States, thereby extending temporary legal status to these individuals. This progressive step has been met

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