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F-1 Student Visa Seminar : From F-1 VIsa to Green Card & Beyond

Posted by Karen-Lee Pollak on Mon, Sep 15, 2014 @ 3:01 PM

F-1 visa, green cardPlano Multicultural Outreach Roundtable to Present Fall Immigration Seminar

The F-1 Student Visa and Beyond: Creating a Game Plan for Working and Maintaining Status in the United States

    
       The Plano Multicultural Outreach Roundtable and Bell Nunnally & Martin, LLP will present their Fall Immigration Seminar, The F-1 Student Visa and Beyond: Creating a Game Plan for Working and Maintaining Status in the United States. This no-charge interactive seminar provides a comprehensive overview of immigration laws as applied to F-1 students. F Visas are a type of non-immigrant student visa that allows foreigners to pursue education in the United States.
       The keynote speaker at the seminar will be Karen-Lee Pollak. Pollak chairs Bell Nunnally & Martin’s Immigration Section. She was selected to D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers in Dallas 2014” list, featured as one of Newsweek’s Leaders in Immigration Law Showcase and listed as Texas Rising Star® by Texas Monthly, she provides full-service legal immigration counsel to large corporations, small businesses and individuals.

       F-1 students, prospective F-1 students and post graduate students are invited to attend. The seminar will help students develop a plan for maintaining immigration status and working in the United States. The seminar will cover various aspects about student visa status including:

  • Working while in F-1 status-when USCIS approval is and is not required
  • VISA Options after studying-DACA, H1B Petitions, “Cap Gap” relief and beyond
  • Avoid costly and often unfixable mistakes in maintaining Immigration Status
  • Develop strategies for maintaining status in the United States during and after study
  • Understand your options to remain in the United States after studying

      The seminar will be held on September 30, between 6 and 8 p.m. at Collin College, Spring Creek Campus, Room B124, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas 75074. Please RSVP to the event to [email protected]

 

Immigration | Essentials for Finding Employment in the USA

Posted by Karen Pollak on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 @ 3:58 PM

As immigration lawyers, we receive an incredible amount of inquiries regarding how to come live and work in the United States.  While we are experts at recommending the best legal options, many of our readers need help figuring out where to start the process.  They want to know things like:

  • How to find a job?
  • How to relocate or move to the US?
  • How to start a business?
  • How to invest in the USA?
  • How to find a support system?
  • How to retire in the United States?

Due to popular demand, we will begin the process of creating eBooks for each topic that will be distributed on a complimentary basis to anyone who contacts us and needs help.

JobsUntil we finalize the eBooks, we will be compiling some essential articles, resources and websites that will help you with each of these topics.  Let's begin with finding employment before relocating to the USA.  It doesn't have to be an overwhelming experience.

As always our website provides valuable US immigration information. The Frequently Asked Questions Section (FAQ) is especially useful for those conducting research and wanting to become more knowledgeable on the subject.

The next blog will cover tips for moving and relocating to the USA.

Hope this helps!

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