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I am ***** ***** on H1B visa and planning to get my GC
I am ***** ***** on H1B visa and planning to get my GC applied. My question is whether swing trading(buying and selling shares after a few days/weeks, not day trading) for the intention to get profit will have an adverse effect on my GC prospects or H1B status?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: If swing trading is allowed, how much yearly profit will be deemed ok - like what percent of income from the main H1B? I read somewhere that it should not exceed your primary H1B wages.JA: OK got it. Last thing — Immigration Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I am currently accepted job in new york. however it's
I am currently accepted for a job in new york. however it's part-time and its fee for service, meaning i only get paid for a cilent session(its a counseling job), so the paid hours could range from 5 to 10in the beggining, and i'm wondering if that still qualifies for applying H1b visa
I am a landlord & have had good luck with foreign
I am a landlord & have had good luck with foreign students & interns. Is it legal to state in my rental ad that I welcome H1B visa professionals? Or could someone complain that I made a discriminatory statement?
I'm a Canadian veterinarian wanting to do some relief,
I'm a Canadian veterinarian wanting to do some relief, temporary only, work in Guam. I heard that TN visas don't apply to Guam. Is that true? If so what would be my best easiest chance at doing some temporary work there? Which visa should I apply for or does my prospect employer (who has offered me a job) need to apply for a visa?
How effective is non compete clause of agreement if I do no
How effective is non compete clause of agreement if I do no join company? I am here on H1B visa with employer 1. I signed employment agreement with employer 2. Yet to start working with employer 2 . I am still with employer 1. I got offer from employer3. I wish to join employer 3. I will resign from employer 1 and join employer 3 directly. Since I signed employment agreement with employer 2 and will not join him. Will it have impact for my new assignment with employer 3. Employer 2 and 3 do business acrossnation. There could be chance where I will work for client A with employer 3, which is common client for employer 2 as well. Employer 2 hired me for client B.I will join employer 3 and start working with client A in Florida. Client A is employer 2 client aswell at different state o same state. Since I was never worked with employer 2 for either client A and Client B. Can Employer 2 sue me under non compete clause? I just signed contract with employer 2 but did not work with him. I will join employer 3 directly.
Say, I came to US this time American girl in Boston.
Say, I came to US this time for an American girl in Boston. Now I don't know what happened. Let me just emphasize on the urgent thing. Currently, I am applying for two jobs, one Bloomberg editor position in New York, and one ***** *****cock analyst positionin Boston. The best thing for me is to get either of the two jobs and have my H1B Visa filed by April 1. Can I apply for a US credit card with either of the job offers if I get one? And for a job like writing blogs (I used to be the highest paid blogger inChina) or market and industry research(I single-handedly handled all reports of light reading regarding China), could I start to work before the H1B visa has been issued?
I am legally sponsored to work at American Samoa by a localView more legal questions
I am legally sponsored to work at American Samoa by a local company which has a mother company in FLorida, USA. May I be petitioned by the mother company in Florida so that I can get an H1b visa and also be able to work in the US mainland?
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