The Comprehensive Immigration Law Firm. Global capabilities with Personalized service.
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Year Established: 1973Web Site: http://www.fosterquan.com
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As the nation's second largest immigration law firm, FosterQuan, LLP has the experience and resources to provide comprehensive business immigration solutions. Expertise, experience and availability in the complete breadth of immigration services makes our firm the strategic choice for employers worldwide. Our firm shares a commitment to providing responsive, personalized services that earns the confidence and trust of employers and employees alike. At FosterQuan, LLP, we never forget that people are the focus of our practice.
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EB-5 China Visa Availability Update
August 28, 2014
The U.S. Department of State announced that as of August 23, 2014, EB-5 immigrant visa numbers for Chinese nationals are unavailable for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2014. The maximum level of immigrant visa numbers allocated for Chinese EB-5 applicants has been reached until October 1, 2014.
Going through Passport Control at the Airport? There's An App for That!
August 20, 2014
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced the launch of the first authorized "app" (mobile application) to expedite a traveler's entry process into the United States. Mobile Passport Control (MPC) will allow eligible travelers to submit their passport information and customs...
Visa Availability Advances for EB-2 India and Eb-3 Philippines
August 19, 2014
The Department of State (DOS) has published the September 2014 Visa Bulletin, announcing that the cut-off date for the employment-based, second preference (EB-2) immigrant visa category for applicants born in India will advance approximately four months, to a new cut-off date of May 1, 2009.