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Immigration GUCL Featured as Inbound Marketing University Case Study

Posted by Michael Pollak on Fri, Aug 06, 2010 @ 4:17 PM
We are honored to be featured as a case study by Inbound
Marketing University
 (IMU), HubSpot's free marketing training and
certification program. IMU offers an online curriculum of 16 Internet marketing webinars taught by a faculty of marketing experts. 

Case studies are written for each section of the inbound marketing concept (such as blogging, social media, SEO, etc.) Immigration GUCL was chosen for search engine optimization (SEO) based on its strong organic search results using Hubspot's software.  Hubspot's Internet Marketing Software helps companies use the Internet to get more website visitors and leads in search engines (SEO), blogs and social media.
 
 
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Karen Pollak Immigration Ad Set To Go Live on National TV

Posted by Michael Pollak on Fri, Nov 13, 2009 @ 4:56 PM

Get a sneak peak of Karen Pollak's TV ad set to go live on national television.  The ad will appear on various networks including "BBC World News" and "Anderson Cooper 360". 

Let us know what you think!  Post your comments here.

 

Immigration 101: Green Cards via Trade & Investment in the USA

Posted by Michael Pollak on Mon, Aug 17, 2009 @ 1:45 PM

For most foreign nationals wanting to permanently live and work in the United States, the ultimate goal is to obtain a "green card" or permanent residency status. The most common method of obtaining permanent residency is through sponsorship by an employer or family member.

For wealthy individuals, a $1 million investment in a business that Green Cards via Trade and Investment in the U.S.creates or preserves at least 10 full-time jobs is also an option. That amount is reduced to $500,000 where the business is located in areas of high unemployment or other qualifying rural areas.

However, where these options are unavailable, foreign nationals from countries with investment or commerce treaties with the United States may still obtain a visa to live and work in the United States by either investing in a business in the United States (E-1 visa) or by conducting trade with the United States (E-2 visa). The requirements of the E visa may be found in §101(a)(15)(E) of the Immigration and Naturalization Act; 8 U.S.C.A. §1101(a)(15)(E).

The E visa category may be used by various types of companies, whether owned by individuals or large multinational corporations, and may be used by the company's principals or by its employees. Although the E visa is considered a non-immigrant visa, unlike other nonimmigrant visas, it may be renewed indefinitely and the
E visa holder may apply for a green card through the business supporting the E visa.

There are three basic requirements for obtaining an E-1 or E-2 visa. First, a treaty must exist between the United States and the foreign national's home country. Germany, Italy, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Pakistan, Iran, Japan and Australia are just some of the countries that have treaties with the United States. Second, majority ownership or control of the investing or trading company must be held by nationals of the foreign country. Third, every employee or principal of the company seeking E visa status must be a citizen of the foreign country where the company
is based.

GUCL Partner Named as 2009 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star

Posted by Michael Pollak on Wed, Jul 22, 2009 @ 3:04 PM

Karen‐Lee Pollak, a partner in the Dallas law firm of Goins, Underkofler, Crawford & Langdon, LLP, has earned a spot among the 2009 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars selections are based on nominations made by attorneys appearing on the prestigious Texas Super Lawyers list. The designation is reserved for the top up‐and‐coming Texas attorneys who are 40 or younger or have been in practice fewer than 10 years. No more than 2.5% of lawyers in Texas are named to the Rising Stars list.

"Karen‐Lee brings exceptional legal skills and unwavering commitment to our clients," says Paul Underkofler, co‐founder of Goins, Underkofler, Crawford & Langdon, LLP and a Texas Super Lawyer himself. "This is an exceptional achievement. We are very proud of her". This year's list appears in the April issue of Texas Monthly, as well as Texas Rising Stars, a magazine co‐produced by the publishers of Texas Monthly and Law & Politics Media, Inc.

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