U.S. Immigration - What's Ahead for 2017

Donald Trump, the next United States President, will undoubtedly have an impact on immigration.  He is set to be sworn into office on January 20, 2017.  No one is sure as to what path the new president will take in regards to legal immigration.

Trump, like presidents before him, cannot change the law.  A change in law requires the approval of Congress and this requires a volley of negotiating and takes time.  Immigration law can only be changed by an act of Congress, however the president can also make the process more difficult through executive order. 

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E1 and E2 Treaty Trader/Treaty Investor Visas - Considerations

The EB-5 visa offers a fast track to a US Green Card but not everyone has the financial resources to obtain it. Alternative options to consider are the E-1 and E-2 visas.

The E-1 Treaty Trader Visa is for treaty traders – treaty trader meaning an individual must be a national of a country which possess a trading treaty with the USA. The E-1 visa is for traders who which to earn 50% of their revenues in their native country. An E-2 Treaty Investor visa is issues to those investors wishing to purchase an existing business in the United States or creating a new business in the United States. (Startups are permissible and so is property investments). Generally these two visas require an investment of $150,000-$200,000 as opposed to an investment of $500,000 along with a solid business plan.

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Coming to America – Frequently Asked Questions

Fadi Kayyali LLM and his staff have helped hundreds of individuals and families journey their way into the United States. While our aim is to provide you with top notch immigration services we take a strong interest in our clients and their well-being. We can help you navigate the complexities of immigration with a personal touch. We are fluent in Arabic so our middle eastern clients can be assured they are being properly understood. Here are some of our most frequently asked questions.

Q. We will be immigrating to the United States and we have school-aged children. We will be moving near a large city and do not know anyone. How do we choose a neighborhood?

A. The United States is a very large Country which means there are a great deal of options. There are urban (city) areas and suburban areas which feature more family oriented services. There are many cities that have many inner and outer ring suburbs. So how do you make a decision as to where to live:

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We provide Full Immigration Services related to business and investment visas such as Eb-5, E-2, and L visas along with processing green card petitions. We have you live, work and invest in US.

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We invite you to contact or visit us.

29550 Detroit Rd, Westlake, OH 44145, USA
Tel: +1-440-835-4766
Fax: +1-848-628-0212

Tel: 001-966-5-666-5454-1



“Dear Mr. Kayyali, I would love to thank you for the time and dedication spent on my application and I absolutely appreciate all the work put into my case. The wonderful staff you have went above and beyond to make sure everything was done in a timely manner. Best regards. ”

Nart S.