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November Newsletter: What’s New in Immigration?
November Newsletter: What’s New in Immigration?

Immigration law is subject to rapid change—especially in 2020. This is why our team at Panteva Law Group, LLC releases regular updates and personally keeps our clients up to date on relevant news. Today, we will touch on four immigration updates. If you have any questions ...

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  • November Newsletter: What’s New in Immigration?

    Immigration law is subject to rapid change—especially in 2020. This is why our team at Panteva Law Group, LLC releases regular updates and personally keeps our clients up to date on relevant news. ...

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Family-Based Visas

    The United States immigration system allows U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents (LPRs) to sponsor their foreign family members to get a visa. If you want to reunite with your family members, ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between a Fiancé Visa & Marriage Visa?

    Couples often have difficulty understanding the difference between a fiancé(e) visa and a marriage visa. If you plan to build your life as a married couple in the United States, but you or your ...

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  • August Newsletter

    The coronavirus has complicated every aspect of our lives. Unfortunately, immigration protocols are not exempt from its effects. Trump’s stances on immigration have incurred challenges to the process ...

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  • What Employment Visas Are Not Blocked from the Latest Visa Ban?

    In recent weeks there has been a ban put in place against certain types of visas. These visas are a backbone to many people that migrate into the United States for employment opportunities. In this ...

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  • Top E-2 Visa Requirements for Investors

    The E-2 visa allows a national of a treaty country to be admitted to the United States when investing a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business. The applicant needs to be from a country that ...

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