In this book, author, Henry Liebman, answers the most common questions posed by his clients during his time as an immigration lawyer. His step-by-step approach to determining what visa you require and how long it may take to acquire will get you on the right track, while a calculation of the potential obstacles and an assessment of your chances of success will give you a firm idea of the reality of the situation. The book will also provide you with an understanding of the modern immigration system and help you to comply with all its requirements. As well as offering advice to individuals and families seeking a new life, it has all the answers for employers who are looking to staff a new or existing business by bringing their workers to America. After reading this book, you'll be able to choose the best immigration strategy to accomplish your ultimate goal - starting a new life in the USA. Contents: 1. The history of US immigration 2. Understanding the background and basics of visas 3. Using a B-1 visa 4. Travelling for pleasure: the B-2 visa 5. Entering the US as a fiance(e) 6. Temporary working visas 7. Sending staff to a new business in America 8.
Staffing an existing US business 9. Five ways to obtain a green card 10. Obtaining student visas 11. Visas for the privileged, media, athletes, entertainers, cultural exchanges, religious workers and tycoons 12. Naturalisation: Becoming an American citizen 13. Thoughts for human resource managers and employees Appendices; i. Immigration forms and other documents ii. Visa categories iii. Important addresses iv. Suggested document lists v. Typical citizenship questions vi. Sample forms
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Author Biography - Henry G. Liebman
Henry G. Liebman lives and practices law in Seattle, Washington, and is managing partner in Coe, Nordwall & Liebman, Attorneys at Law.