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The Winding Down of DACA and its Effect on Immigration
by Victoria V. Shelegina
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Baraсk Obama proposed the DACA policy to fix issues related to children of immigrants, giving hope to millions of illegal immigrants living in the USA

Top-5 Immigration Law Companies in New York, NY
by Opporty
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OPPORTY is an all-around platform that creates beneficial connections between businesses and people. Our team is excited to present an exclusive list of the TOP 5 Immigration Law Firms in New York City.

The Complete List of U.S. Visas by Profession and Purpose of Travel [Infographic]
by David Treyster, Hudson Law Group
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Known as a nation of immigrants, the U.S. is a top destination for international migrants (with about 1,5 million coming to stay legally).

Your Guide to the World of the E-1 Visa
by Stanislav A Shamayev, Esq.
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The E-1 Treaty Trader visa is required for any business or individual representing trade partners who wants to cross the US border.

 K-1 Visa — the legal pathway to "Happily Ever After!"
by David Treyster, Hudson Law Group
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Once the couple marries, the foreign citizen can adjust status to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States (Green Card holder). Although a K-1 visa is legally classified as a nonimmigrant visa, it usually leads to immigration benefits.

The I-1 Visa: How to Apply, Obtain, Extend and Change Your Status
by David Treyster, Hudson Law Group
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The I-1 visa is a nonimmigrant visa that was designed for representatives of the foreign news media who want to travel to the United States to work in their profession.

The L-1 Visa Guide. A Legal Immigration Path to Intracompany Transferees
by Dmitry Filimonov
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The L-1 nonimmigrant visa is clearly one of the simplest paths to legal immigration to the United States. Thanks to dual intent, it allows its holders to seek permanent residence status from day one on American soil.

The Ultimate Guide to H-1B Visa: What Applicants and Employers Should Do to Succeed
by David Treyster, Hudson Law Group
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The H-1B nonimmigrant worker visa has been a legal pathway to permanent residency and U.S. citizenship for decades. Over one million talented aliens have become U.S. citizens since the H-1B visa program was launched in 1990.