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Since the USCIS decided that O-1 musicians must work through an “agent for immigration purposes only,”
E-2 is a nonimmigrant status available to investors from certain countries who wish to operate a business in the U.S.
P-3 is a nonimmigrant status available to individuals who perform culturally unique services in the U.S.
A Polish organization asked us to bring a major entertainer into the U.S. for a special one-day performance.
A Korean computer researcher who had received her PhD in the laboratory of a distinguished professor in the field came to us to file her NIW case.
A Korean industrial research engineer came to us because a U.S. company that manufactured non-proprietary equipment in his field wished to file an EB-1B Outstanding Researcher case on his behalf.
Almost every year, we hear from musicians graduating from their university programs who want to file O-1 cases in time to perform during the summer.
A former client, a Japanese national and a musician, came to us with some wonderful news: he had secured a professorship in a music department at a university.