If you are willing to put up a substantial amount of capital to invest in an enterprise that will employ U.S. workers, the U.S. Department of State (DOS) might be interested in […]
In the recent past, the demand for the 85,000 H-1B visa slots the U.S. government issues each year has exceeded the supply. The nonimmigrant visa, which is reserved for U.S. non-citizens to […]
President Trump signed a new Presidential Proclamation on June 22, 2020 barring the entry of certain work visa holders from entering the United States. The Proclamation is effective at midnight EDT June […]
President Trump signed a new Presidential Proclamation today barring the entry of certain non-citizens seeking to obtain immigrant visas. The Proclamation is effective as of midnight EDT April 23, 2020. The Proclamation […]
If you were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, commonly known as “DUI” during the holidays, you are likely experiencing an on-going unpleasant and expensive hangover working with a criminal defense attorney to resolve the problem. Unfortunately, if you are a U.S. visa holder, you will also need to work with an immigration attorney because an arrest for drunk driving now leads to an automatic visa revocation.
We’re pleased to announce our new Valvo Law website has launched. We worked with LA-based creative agency, Executionists, to conceive of a new, modern, responsive design that describes our professional services and provides valuable resources to our international clientele. Since the majority of our clients are Japanese, we will soon implement the ability for users to view the website in Japanese by clicking the language link.
On October 23, 2017 the USCIS announced a major change in its policy pertaining to the review of all applications to extend nonimmigrant status.