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RIAA Barker Gillette (USA) Supports the Expansion of Leading BVI Law Firm O’Neal Webster into New York by Successful L-1A Intracompany Transfer Visa Application

RIAA Barker Gillette (USA) is pleased to announce its success in assisting O’Neal Webster, a premier British Virgin Islands law firm, in the establishment of its New York City office—the first BVI law firm to stake a physical presence in the city.

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Fresh guidance on L-1 visa petitions

USCIS clarifies proxy vote use for certain intra-company transferee L-1 visa petitions

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Deadlines for H-1B work visas for next year

Coming soon!

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Top questions asked by business
immigration practitioners in the
trump era

Live Broadcast on April 7, 2017

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What foreign lawyers need to know
about US immigration law changes

Seminar and telecon on April 4, 2017

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RIAA Barker Gillette contributes to IFC Solar Developer’s Guidebook

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All the Latest News from RIAA Barker Gillette USA

Highlights of RIAA Barker Gillette (USA) and “The Immigrant Success Story: How Family-Based Immigrants Thrive in America” by AILA

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EB1 Green Card via an L1A

EB1 Multinational Manager/Executive Green Card via an L1A Intracompany Transfer Visa

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Review of “The Immigrant Success Story”

Review of The American Immigration Council’s Special Report, “The Immigrant Success Story: How Family-Based Immigrants Thrive in America,” by Harriet Duleep, Ph.D, Mark Regets, Ph.D. and Guillermo Cantor, Ph.D.

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Immigration Changes and You

A summary of the policy report titled, “Deconstructing the Invisible Wall: How Policy Changes by the Trump Administration Are Slowing and Restricting Legal Immigration”, published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and an outline of the ways in which the policy changes may affect you as you go through the immigration process.

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Tax Challenges Faced by Pakistani Governments

Increasing tax revenues has proven to be a significant challenge for recent Pakistani governments. The stagnation of the tax to GDP ratio to around 10 percent has widely been attributed to a host of inter-connected factors including weak enforcement, fragmented revenue administrations, low compliance by taxpayers, generous and distortionary exemptions and concessions to entire sectors of the economy and narrow tax bases.

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President Trump’s Potential Impact on Immigration

We outline how the Trump administration and a Republican-controlled Congress could impact the current American immigration structure.

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