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Your Guide To L-1 Visas

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

L-1 visas are temporary, non-immigrant visas reserved for qualifying foreign nationals to come and work in the United States on an “L-1 status.” According to the Office of Policy and Strategy Research and Evaluation Division, USCIS approved nearly 30,000 L-1 visa petitions in FY 2019 alone—with approximately 12,000 being for new employment and 17,000… Read More »

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A Comprehensive Guide To The EB-1C Visa

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Employment opportunities make up a key part of our immigration system. As described by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the EB-1C visa is a first-preference work-related visa that is available to certain qualifying managers or executives at multinational companies. Here, our Philadelphia employment immigration attorney provides a comprehensive guide to the most… Read More »

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Applying For An O-1 Visa? Key Things You Should Know

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) explains that an O-1 visa is a specialized type of visa that is reserved for individuals who possess extraordinary abilities in a qualifying field. Are you considering applying to obtain an O-1 visa? There are many myths and misunderstandings about the qualification standard and the application… Read More »

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How Much Compensation Can You Recover For Pain And Suffering After A Car Accident In Pennsylvania?

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Car crashes are among the leading causes of serious injuries in our region. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reports that approximately 61,000 people were injured in motor vehicle collisions in the Commonwealth in 2020 alone. Following a serious crash, you need compensation to pay medical bills and cover other damages. You may be wondering:… Read More »

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How To File A Successful U Visa Petition In Pennsylvania

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) explains that a U visa is a type of non-immigrant visa reserved for some victims of criminal activity. It is an important form of immigration relief that may be available to a person who suffers substantial harm/trauma due to a crime. In this article, our Philadelphia U… Read More »

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Immigration Law: What Is International Entrepreneur Parole (IEP)?

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Entrepreneurs make important contributions to the American economy. They take the risk to build new and innovative companies that will employ people in the future. International Entrepreneur Parole (IEP) is a specialized immigration option for foreign entrepreneurs who are interested in coming to the United States. In this blog post, our Philadelphia immigration lawyer… Read More »

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Parole In Place (PIP): An Immigration Option For Family Of Certain Military Members/Veterans

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Immigrants make incredibly important contributions to the United States military. MPI reports that there are more than 500,000 American military veterans who are themselves immigrants. There are another 1.9 million military veterans who are the children of immigrants. Parole in Place (PIP) is a unique immigration option that is available for certain families of… Read More »

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K-1 Fiancé Visa: How Do You Prove That Your Relationship Is Legitimate?

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Family bonds form the foundation of the U.S. immigration system. Marriage is the most direct path to immigrate to the United States. A K-1 fiancé visa allows a foreign national to immigrate to America based on their imminent intent to marry a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. According to data from the Department of… Read More »

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Know The Steps To Take If Your Business Is Being Sued In Pennsylvania

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

Owning and operating a business is challenging—particularly so in today’s competitive and tumultuous economic environment. One of the last things that any business owner wants to deal with is a lawsuit. Whether it is from a client/customer, an employee, a vendor/supplier, or a competitor, a lawsuit creates a lot of headaches. You need to… Read More »

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What Is An E-2 Non Immigrant Visa?

By Ellenberg Law, P.C. |

There are a wide range of different paths for foreign nationals to come to live and work in the United States. The E-2 visa is a non-immigrant visa through which nationals of “treaty” countries can apply to live and work in America. The E-2 visa is an important but sometimes misunderstood option. In this… Read More »

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