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A Warning to Legal Residents Returning to the United States: Form I-407, Abandonment of LPR Status

By The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order banning all people from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia from being able to enter the United States.  The administration’s claim is that the ban only affects people from those countries, and that legal permanent residents (LPR’s) should be allowed entry so long… Read More »

Defending Yourself Against Deportation

By Elizabeth Echavarria |

On January 25th, 2017, Mr. Trump signed two executive orders pertaining to immigration: one on border security and the other focused on security within the United States. This second order included language instructing DHS and State officials to strictly comply with and enforce U.S. immigration laws, and added new enforcement priorities for the removal… Read More »

E-2 Visa Through Franchise Purchase

By Elizabeth Echavarria |

Did you know that you can purchase an existing business in the United States and qualify for an E-2 investor visa, and that a franchise purchase can qualify you?  Provided the franchisor is willing to allow its investors to apply for the visa during the process of buying the franchise, this type of business… Read More »

Trump and Foreign Labor, Part II: Making Your Temporary Workers PERMANENT

By Elizabeth Echavarria |

Our last blog on the topic of non-immigrant employees discussed some of the ways these programs may be at risk under the incoming administration.  As an employer, you may be facing the loss of some of your key employees or new obstacles to bringing them back, if these changes occur.  So what can you… Read More »

Trump and Foreign Labor – Part I

By Elizabeth Echavarria |

Consistent with the president-elect’s view on other immigration issues, Mr. Trump’s thoughts on certain worker visa programs cast doubt and worry amongst the businesses and workers who currently benefit from them.  His policy stance, per his website, states that he will: “Prioritize the jobs, wages and security of the American people,” and “Establish new… Read More »

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