Legal Advice for Foreign National — 134 results
Written by attorney Hendrik Pretorius, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Which K visa category do I fall under? The first type, the K-1 visa is intended for a fiancÃ©(e) of a United States Citizen who is currently abroad and wishes to enter the U.S.A. to get... more
Written by attorney Elaine Martin, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Overview We encourage everyone with travel plans, including US citizens, to check the Department of Homeland Security website for information on travel, including airport security and... more
Written by attorney Robert Webber, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
I-140 petition must be approved; and To qualify for AC21 portability, a foreign national must be the beneficiary of an APPROVED labor certification application (stage 1 of the green card... more
Written by attorney Elise Perkul, over 2 years ago.
In today's economic climate it is still possible to obtain foreign workers to work in the U.S. However, it is becoming increasingly more difficult. You need to have the facts to manage... more
Written by attorney Kevin Burke, about 1 year ago.
Buying a Property in Florida? Make sure you know whos on your side
Kevin Burke, a Florida Attorney, Florida International Notary, gives advice to foreign nationals on how to avoid... more
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, 8 months ago.
Many permanent resident-wanna-be scratch their head because they are afraid of paying tax for income and property overseas. Tax Liability for Foreign Income United States is one of two... more
Written by attorney Christopher Flowers, over 1 year ago.
What happens after you bring your child home.
Written by attorney Kelly Wenell, 11 months ago.
It depends. Matrimonial law is determined by each state, rather than the federal government. In Missouri, a state court may recognize a foreign country divorce decree under the... more
Written by attorney Timothy Canney, about 1 year ago.
New information-sharing agreements between the United States, foreign governments, and foreign financial institutions are closing the door on bank secrecy and are exposing non-compliant... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Ricci, about 1 year ago.
Labor shortage, special skill demand, whatever the reason, sometimes employers must look outside of the U.S. for workers to meet their specific needs. These five creative... more