U.S.A. immigration guide: including the new rules for the Immigration Act of 1990 with new opportunities for investor permanent residency and non-immigrant visas

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Sphinx Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
Written and edited by attorneys, this new edition presents up-to-date information on all employment categories and visas. Includes a new chapter discussing rights to own real estate and rights to start a business, plus a new glossary, complete index, and easy-to-use, blank forms.

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Contents

FOREWORD
2
PERMANENT IMMIGRANT VISAS
18
TEMPORARY NONIMMIGRANT VISAS
44
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About the author (1992)

Ramon Carrion is a graduate of Rutgers University (NCAS) from which he graduated with honors in Political Science and Rutgers Law School. He has practiced U.S. immigration and international commercial law since 1976. He has assisted hundreds of individual and corporate clients from around the world with their U.S. immigration requirements. He has been certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law and served on the Certification Committee for Immigration and Nationality Law of the Florida Bar from 1998 through 2004. He is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and past president of AILA's Central Florida Chapter.
Mr. Carrion lives and works in the Clearwater, Florida area, where in addition to a busy law practice, he is a sought-after lecturer on related immigration, business, and foreign investment topics.

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