The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv has announced that a treaty investor agreement (E2 Visa) has been ratified between the United States and Israel. It will become effective as of May 1, 2019. Israelis wishing to invest funds in a business in the United States will be eligible. The E-2 investor visa allows a national of a treaty country to … Read More
What’s up with immigration visas for entrepreneurs? Is ‘startup visa’ coming back? Anybody really keeping up with the current immigration system? In this episode of Valley Talk, the Silicon Valley talk show about growing a startup in Silicon Valley, producer and host Sylvia Gorajek talks to top startup immigration attorney Joshua Bratter about immigration and startups. Immigrants have founded 51% … Read More
Countless elite international swimmers and coaches who are training and competing in the United States have worked with Joshua Bratter and Bratter PA to secure immigration status and residency. He is simply the ‘go-to authority’ in the field for swimmers who desire to come to the United States. Click here to read more on the issue.
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“Outside of the Box Thinking” In the Diagnosis of Immigration Strategies In the world of H-1B Quota limitations, it is becoming increasingly necessary for immigration practitioners to employ “outside of the box thinking” in diagnosing immigration strategies for prospective nonimmigrants. Traditionally, the linear world of immigration processing saw the immigration evaluation of a prospective client as a relatively formulaic … Read More
The author, Joshua P. Bratter, Esquire, has been representing extraordinary ability athletes in the O-1 and EB11 Classifications for 17 years, and presently represents Olympic Medalists, World Record Holders and National Champions. Recent trends in the adjudication of extraordinary ability petitions for athletes seems to represent a strict interpretational inclination on the part of Service Center Adjudicators in the … Read More
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