ALPHA GROUP CORP
USA -Visa Services -Certified lawyers from USCIS - State board certified and US educated as well
E Visas assistance with Sponsorship
SETUP A FIRM IN USA and GET YOUR E-1 VISA @ 1,999 USD Plus taxes !!!
This is an opportunity for expats / Entrepreneurs or already established corporates looking to setup a branch in USA.
E1 Visa Full Service is Suitable For:
-Foreign companies to establish a new office in the U.S.
-Personnel including executives, managers and specialists of a treaty nation company operating in the U.S.
-Nationals of treaty countries seeking to enter the U.S. to carry out substantial trade
-Immediate family members of E1 visa holders
-Companies in treaty countries to send key personnel to manage a new U.S. affiliate or branch
-Companies in treaty countries to send personnel to setup a U.S. company
•●o qualify for E-1 classification, the treaty trader must:Be a national of a country with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation
•●Carry on substantial trade
•●Carry on principal trade between the United States and the treaty country which qualified the treaty trader for E-1 classification.
Trade is the existing international exchange of items of trade for consideration between the United States and the treaty country. Items of trade include but are not limited to:
•●Technology and its transfer
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Entrepreneurs -Visa with Sponsorship
We help and sponsor on contract basis with right to work for any employer for 2 -3 years visa along yearly renewal after that .
Green card applicable after 2 years of being in the USA and filing taxes with IRS .
Most visas are approved in between 6 - 9 months of applications .
We are helping expats to get residency in USA AS LOW AS 1,999 USD (Lawyers fees application fees and sponsorship fees all inclusive)
We provide full sponsorship for expats who are eligible , have substantial work background , financial support , passport , birth certificate and ready to move in less than 6 - 9 months .
Email us to discuss further : [email protected]
O Series -Employment open contract Sponsorship Visas
0 Series visas(sponsored Visas) -Full sponsored and guaranteed !!!
Multinational manager or executive FOR 3 YEARS minimum !!!
You must have been employed outside the United States in the 3 years preceding the petition for at least 1 year by a firm or corporation and you must be seeking to enter the United States to continue service to that firm or organization.
Your employment must have been outside the United States in a managerial or executive capacity and with the same employer, an affiliate, or a subsidiary of the employer.
Price and payment : 1,999 USD (Lawyers fees , Application Fees ,Affidavit of support fees , Document verification Fees and Sponsorship fees) -one time payment - Multiple options on payment (Bank transfers , Western union or Paypal(Credit card payment accepted)
Multinational Manager or Executive: Your employer must file USCIS Form I-140, Petition for Alien Worker.
Documents to check your eligibility :
Valid passport scanned , Resume , Employment letter , Employment reference letter or contact , No criminal or civil cases pending , Clean background , Police clearance letter ( If required but not mandate) ,Financial support (bank statement or balance minimum 8,000 USD)
Get in touch to check your eligibility and quota for the year - [email protected]
Link from USCIS : https://www.uscis.gov/working-united-states/permanent-workers/employment-based-immigration-first-preference-eb-1
General Eligibility Criteria -EXTRA ORDINARY ABILITY VISA
To qualify for an O-1 visa, the beneficiary must demonstrate extraordinary ability by sustained national or international acclaim and must be coming temporarily to the United States to continue work in the area of extraordinary ability.
Extraordinary ability in the fields of science, education, business or athletics means a level of expertise indicating that the person is one of the small percentage who has risen to the very top of the field of endeavor.
Extraordinary ability in the field of arts means distinction. Distinction means a high level of achievement in the field of the arts evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered to the extent that a person described as prominent is renowned, leading, or well-known in the field of arts.
To qualify for an O-1 visa in the motion picture or television industry, the beneficiary must demonstrate extraordinary achievement evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition significantly above that ordinarily encountered to the extent the person is recognized as outstanding, notable or leading in the motion picture and/or television field.
US CITIZEN SHIP - How the Application Process Works
Although the application process is complex, here’s a brief outline of how it works:
- First, complete the citizenship application or N-400 form and send it to USCIS along with a copy of your green card, the required photos and a check for the processing fees. (Contact a citizenship attorney for help filing.)
- Next, you’ll be required to attend the in-person interview. Depending on the backlog this could take several months to schedule. This interview will test your basic understanding of U.S. history and proficiency of English as well as your background and dedication to the United States.
- From there you will have to set an appointment for biometrics at a local USCIS office. You will also take a U.S. Oath of Allegiance to demonstrate your commitment to being an American citizen.
Your biometrics are an important part of the naturalization process and not following the instructions concerning your appointment carefully can result in a delay in your citizenship.
It begins with including two passport-sized profile photographs and completed fingerprint cards with your N-400 form at the time of filing. At the time of the appointment, you need to bring the appointment notice as well as a valid form of photo ID. The USCIS has resources to help you prepare for your biometrics appointment.
Many clients distress about the English and Civics questions within the citizenship test. The purpose of the test is to evaluate the applicant’s understanding of United States history, politics, and influential government documents such as the Constitution. The USCIS provides a “Guide to Naturalization” which allows applicants to have an idea of what the test will be like. Applicants are then obligated to take an oath of allegiance. If you have a mental or physical disability, you will not be required to complete the oath. This exemption also applies to applicants who are underage.
There are several issues that can complicate the naturalization process such as prior criminal issues, tax fraud, expired visas, deportation defense claims, expatriate declarations etc. It’s strongly recommended that you seek guidance from an experienced citizenship lawyer if any of these factors applies to your citizenship application. To learn more about how we can help you become a naturalized U.S. Citizen, contact our experienced attorneys for an immigration consultation.
Green Card vs Citizenship - USA
One question that is often asked is whether it is worth the effort to go from lawful permanent resident status to full citizenship. Since a green card allows you to work for almost any U.S. employer and live permanently in the country, many people are content with ending their immigration journey at permanent residence. However, there are some things to consider when deciding whether or not to take that final step to citizenship.
For starters, a green card may grant you permanent residence in the U.S., but your country will still be your home country. This means that you can be sent back to your home country if you were to break the law or violate your status. On the other hand, citizens are always tried on U.S. soil, which does away with the fear of being deported.
Additionally, getting your citizenship is extremely beneficial to getting green cards for family members. U.S. citizens have access to higher preference levels, which dramatically shortens the waiting time for your family. Also, immediate family members enjoy priority dates that are automatically current, meaning that there is no waiting time for the spouses and children under 21 of U.S. citizens. In contrast, the spouses and dependents of green card holders need to apply for the F2 green card, which can have a significant waiting period.
Speaking of families, as a U.S. citizen, your children who are born in the U.S. will immediately inherit your citizenship. As soon as you are naturalized into a citizen, all dependents living under your care who are under the age of 18 will also become U.S. citizens. Green card holders do not enjoy this transitive status benefit.
Another factor to consider is cost. At first, it may seem like the green card option is cheaper since it costs $540 to renew your green card and it costs $725 to go through the naturalization process. However, you must renew your green card every 10 years. If you truly plan on making the U.S. your permanent home, then you will likely end up making multiple payments of $540 over your lifetime. If you fail to renew your status, you could face deportation. Paying the one-time fee of $725 and avoiding the potential for deportation definitely saves you money in the long run.
On top of these benefits, you can also vote in U.S. general elections as well as hold positions in the federal government that are reserved for citizens. If any one of these benefits is something that you would like to take advantage of, pursuing citizenship is a highly-recommended next and final step in your immigration journey.