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Linda Yin Liang

Linda Liang’s Legal Guides

130 total


  • I am prior H1B visa holder. Am I subject to H1B Cap?

    The AC21 H1B portability provisions state that a nonimmigrant, who was previously issued a visa or otherwise provided with nonimmigrant H1B status, is authorized to work upon the filing of an H1B peti

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  • What type of green card is good for entrepreneurs ?

    A lot of people are very familiar with the visa type L1. Many international companies set up subsidiaries in U.S to obtain L1. Actually, the real winner behind L1 is EB1 immigration visa, i.e, green c

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  • Should Illegal immigrant’s children receive citizenship at birth?

    New legal storm just came to town. Current immigrant caravans have gathered over 20,000 people and a new one has just formed. Media announced that President Trump wanted to end birthright citizenship

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  • What if I file for an extension of stay on time but I-94 expires before decision is made by USCIS?

    Your lawful nonimmigrant status ends, and you are out of status, when your Form I-94 expires, even if you have timely applied to extend your nonimmigrant status. Are you legally here? Oddly, the answe

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  • Are employers liable for workplace violence?

    Workplace violence has become a serious problem for US businesses. Statistics show that one million individuals are subjected to workplace violence every year, and that homicide is the number one caus

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  • What is divorce through mediation?

    Unfortunately, many new immigrants have to face divorce. It must be hard to fight this battle when you barely know anything of this country. This article is written to paint a scratch of this process

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  • What rights do employers have in Florida?

    It is uncommon to hear employees’ complaint about Employers. It’s known to many what employers can’t do, such as discrimination based on gender, race and etc. Employers are not trained enough to know

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  • Should I worry about deportation if I am a green card holder with a criminal record?

    On April 17, 2018, the Supreme Court decided Sessions v. Dimaya, No. 15-1498, holding in a 5-4 decision that the Immigration and Nationality Act’s definition of "crime of violence" is void for vaguene

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  • Grounds of Deportability

    Many have called in to express their fear of being deported. Many young people think the United States should have open borders policy and all people hoping to come to reside in the country have the r

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  • Possible Grounds for Refusal of a Mark

    The US Patent and Trade Mark Office has the jurisdiction to register Trade mark, service mark and patent. The followings are common grounds for refusal of a Mark. Likelihood of Confusion In evaluating

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