Naima M Said’s Guides

Naima M Said

Columbia Immigration Attorney.

Contributor Level 14
  1. Substantive Family Immigration Law

    Written by attorney Naima Said, over 4 years ago.

    A USC MAY FILE RELATIVE PETITIONS FOR: • Spouse • Parent • Children • Married son or daughter • Sister or brother • Immediate relatives: Parent, spouse, children under 21 • Family preference

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  2. A guide to eligibility and requirements for an E2 visa.

    Written by attorney Naima Said, over 4 years ago.

    E2 Investment Visas* Here are some frequently asked questions with respect to an E2 investment visa. If you have any other questions, you may contact me for a free telephone consultation by logging onto www.naimasaid.com and clicking on the Call Firm Now button on the left of you...

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  3. A Cautionary Tale for U.S. Employers using the H1B1 Visa Program

    Written by attorney Naima Said, over 4 years ago.

    The Labor Condition Application and Prevailing Wage Request steps in the H1B1 petition process are built-in mechanisms by the US Department of Labor to protect US workers as well as foreign workers employed under the H1B1 Visa Program brought to work in the US in specialty occupa...

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  4. Pitfalls in Immigration

    Written by attorney Naima Said, over 4 years ago.

    Immigration lawyers frequently assist clients with the preparation of an application for lawful permanent residence, commonly known as a Green Card. First, numerous forms must be filed with the proper filing fees at the correct office to avoid delays or denials. Forms, fees, and ...

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