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June 2018 Archives

US Supreme Court upholds President Trump's third travel ban

From the beginning of his presidency, Donald Trump has been trying to issue a travel ban against people from certain nations -- mostly majority-Muslim ones. His original ban was overturned by the federal courts, however, largely because it appeared to be unlawfully discriminatory against Muslims. It was replaced with a second version that was also overturned.

Advanced degree or exceptional ability? Consider an EB-2 visa

With the right combination of background, education and talent, you may be able to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. The United States offers 140,000 immigrant visas each fiscal year for people who wish to immigrate based on their job skills.

DHS moves to end international entrepreneur rule

The Department of Homeland Security has proposed eliminating the so-called "international entrepreneur rule," which allows foreign talent to build new businesses in the U.S.

If I'm not a citizen, can I still buy a home in California?

Let's say that you have been living in California for several years in various rental properties. Now, you are now interested in buying a home. There is just one catch: You are not a United States citizen. You may be wondering whether purchasing real estate as a non-U.S. citizen is even possible.

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