If you are an entrepreneur who wants to move to the United States to start a business, then you may be eligible for an employment-based, second preference visa, otherwise known as an EB-2 visa.
Come September, residents of both Russian and the United States who need or want to make multiple trips to the other country will be able to do so with much less hassle. This is due to a new visa program that was recently agreed upon by both the U.S. and Russia's Vladimir Putin. Finalized this past July, it is set to go into effect on Sept. 9. There are multiple reasons residents of both countries are excited about the change.
Aware that the United States is losing money every day due to the difficulty people from other countries are having getting visas that grant access to America, the current administration is taking steps to make it easier for tourists to enter the country.
In our last post we discussed the increased demand by residents of China to obtain a visa to enter the United States. This week we explore the matter in relation to another country where the demand is growing at a brisk pace - Brazil.
More and more individuals throughout the world are seeking visas to enter the United States. Two countries where the demand is growing fast are China and Brazil. This post will examine recent developments with issuing visas to Chinese residents.