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August 15, 2022
An Experienced Immigration Lawyer Answers the Most Common Questions About Family Immigration

If you or a loved one wants to immigrate to live in the U.S., you will probably encounter some questions along your journey through the complex immigration process. This blog post provides answers to the most common questions about family immigration. Immigration law is complicated and often intimidating. If you need help, don’t hesitate to […]

June 15, 2022
What Are the Requirements of the E-2 Visa?

If you want to invest with a United States business from outside of the country, an E-2 visa will be required. This type of visa establishes a nonimmigrant status that allows individuals to remain in the United States for up to five years. In this blog post, our immigration law team at Nomos Law Group […]

May 17, 2020
5 Ways to Get a Green Card

One of the questions we get asked most often is: how can I get my Green Card? The United States currently offers five (5) ways to get a Green Card: 1. Through Employment • First Preference Category (EB-1) a. Persons with extraordinary ability b. Outstanding professors and researchers c. Managers and executives in multinational companies […]

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