In this week’s Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast, we’re joined by Cori, our associate attorney, as we’re taking a New Year’s approach to immigration through these immigration must-dos for the new year and things you can do to be more successful with reaching your New Year’s resolutions. It’s also important to talk to an attorney because they can help you devise your strategic plan as well as your backup options.
For somebody thinking about what type of non-immigrant visa or green card process they should embark on, a common answer they get is to do an H-1B transfer. However, there are a lot of things that could and should go into that consultative advisory process because you don’t want to be spending all these resources if you’re barking up the wrong tree. So before you invest your time, money, and resources into the process, you need to know how to mitigate risks and define your best strategy.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Why should people talk to an immigration lawyer
- Options for family reunification goals
- Keeping your documents organized
- Cultivating a support network
- How to be proactive through the immigration process
- Making sure all your taxes are sorted out
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