The Investors' Guide to U. S. Immigration Law

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Apr 20, 2018 - 104 pages
One very common challenge immigration law practitioners face is foreign investors expanding their brands without considering U.S. immigration law. https: //www.cfuis.com/ Further, experience shows that investors make decisions based on key business indicators-availability of markets, suitable workforce, access to funds, crime rate, and in some cases, climatic and infrastructure factors-but with few thoughts, if any, of how the business may be affected by immigration law. U.S. immigration law is complex and intertwined with multiple government agencies. Therefore, it is critical for potential investors to reach out to experienced attorneys, accountants, and other professionals with knowledge of the various pieces of the puzzle before committing to any investment. Irrespective of the visa being sought-B1/B2, L-1, EB-1C, EB-5-immigration investments have tax implications and bring up serious legal issues for the investor. Whether you are investing in a church or franchise, seeking residency under the national interest waiver, or pursuing another avenue to doing business in the United States, this book provides a much-needed guide to U.S. immigration law.

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