Graduation day is approaching and you’ve finally made it. You are about to receive your diploma and go out into the working world. You and your classmates, all recent college graduates, are competing for the best jobs, but you feel at a disadvantage because you are not a U.S. citizen or even a green card holder.
Immigration for Recent College Graduates helps you navigate through the strange new world of United States immigration laws and procedures. How to get a work permit through Optional Practical Training (OPT)? After that, how can you change your status from OPT to an H-1B temporary working visa? What is the best procedure for you to qualify for lawful permanent residence?
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“Mr. Shusterman and his law firm have represented both me personally and the nonprofit organization that I am associated with. The cases have ranged from the simple to the complex and contentious. Each case has been successfully completed. It is very simple – if you want the best result possible, then select the Law Offices of Carl Shusterman.”
- Richard B. Knapp, Chicago, Illinois
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People who are have been stuck in long backlogs in the employment-based (EB) and family-based (FB) preference categories for many years could benefit from a bill that was passed by the House Judiciary Committee which would reduce immigration backlogs.
College Graduates US Immigration
- Optional Practical Training (OPT)
- Temporary Working Visas: Who is Eligible?
- Procedure to Obtain H-1B Status
- H-1B Numerical Limitation
- Family Members
- Duration of H-1B Status
- Applying for Permanent Residence
- Employment-Based Immigration
- What is Labor Certification?
- Alternatives to Labor Certification
- Getting Your Green Card
Success Stories – EB Immigration
- Options for an Extraordinary Employee
- Saving a Client from an EB-5 Denial
- Overturning the Denial of a PERM Application
- Winning an I-140 Appeal
- Overcoming the Denial of an I-140 Petition
- Getting an H-1B Approved for a Remote Worker
- Showing a Valid Employer-Employee Relationship
- Helping a Client Qualify as an EB-1 Outstanding Researcher
- Avoiding the H-1B Cap with a Little Help from the USCIS
- Researcher and Systems Engineer: “What a Difference a Day Made”
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Carl Shusterman served as an INS Trial Attorney (1976-82) before opening a firm specializing exclusively in US immigration law. He is a Certified Specialist in Immigration Law who has testified as an expert witness before the US Senate Immigration Subcommittee. Carl was featured in the February 2018 edition of SuperLawyers Magazine.
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