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  • Queen City Immigration Law Successfully Obtains P-1 Visa for World-Ranked Ivana Habazin
    Queen City Immigration Law Successfully Obtains P-1 Visa for World-Ranked Ivana Habazin

    Queen City Immigration Law successfully helps Salita Promotions obtain a P-1 visa for world-ranked Croation boxer Ivana Habazin. The Vermont Service Center has approved her I-129 Petition for ...

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  • Visa Processing Changes Affect International Boxers & Promoters
    Visa Processing Changes Affect International Boxers & Promoters

    Are you an important member of the boxing industry who needs to travel far and wide to get to key matchups? Please be aware that recent United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) ...

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  • Foreign Athletes and Agents Working with Us Training Facilities for P Visa Status
    Foreign Athletes and Agents Working with Us Training Facilities for P Visa Status

    Athletes from all over the world have trained for their competitions and tournaments in the United States on visitor B1/B2 visas for years. However, recent changes in immigration enforcement ...

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  • 5 Tips concerning offer letters and engagement contracts for H-1B employees that work at a third-party location
    5 Tips concerning offer letters and engagement contracts for H-1B employees that work at a third-party location

    by Sherrod Seward , Partner | Queen City Immigration Law | (704) 741-9002 For staffing companies and consulting firms that hire employees that primarily work at third-party locations, a successful ...

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  • Waivers Are Available for E, L, and P visas.
    Waivers Are Available for E, L, and P visas.

    Currently, Queen City Immigration Law is spreading the word about the usefulness of business and investment visas to emerging market communities. Visas in the E and L category are far less expensive ...

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  • P VISAS THAT LAST! The Challenge to Boxers, Martial Artists, and Managers
    P VISAS THAT LAST! The Challenge to Boxers, Martial Artists, and Managers

    Many of the best performers and athletes in the world are not from the United States, but in order for them to work in the US it is some necessary legal steps because the consequences are steep. Also, ...

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