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Immigration Law Offices of Anastasia White, P.A. specializes in various types of immigrant and non-immigrant visas and provides legal services in the following categories:

  • L-1 Visas for International Managers and Executives

  • H-1B Nonimmigrant Visas for Professionals with Bachelors or Masters Degrees

  • H-3 Visas for Trainees

  • E-2 Visas for Foreign Investors

  • E-3 Visas for Australian citizens

  • O-1/EB-1 Visas for people with extraordinary/ outstanding achievements

  • EB-1 Green cards for International Managers and Executives

  • EB-2 Green cards (PERM Process) for foreign professionals with an advanced degree

  • EB-3 Green card (PERM Process) for foreign skilled workers

  • National Interest Waiver

  • EB-5 Investor Green cards

  • K-1/K-3 Visas

  • Family Immigration for Spouses, Children, and Parents

  • Removal of conditions (Green card extensions)

  • Change of Status/ Extension of Status

  • Naturalization Applications

  • Immigration Interviews.


EB-5 Investor Visa

EB-5 Investor Program allows investors (and their spouses and unmarried children under 21) to apply for permanent residency (Green card) if they:

  • make the necessary investment ($900,000 or $1,8 mln) in a commercial enterprise in the U.S.; and

  • Plan to create (or preserve) 10 permanent full-time jobs for qualified U.S. workers

  • Prove a lawful source of invested funds.

Investment Chart

E-2 Investor Visa

E-2 visa allows investors from the treaty countries to receive a temporary visa to the United States by investing in the U.S. business. The amount of investment is lower than the EB-5 investment (generally, $100,000 and more), generally, depending on the nature of the business.

Documents and Blurred Business Men

L-1 Visa 

L-1 visa is for managers or executives of international companies. Applicants in this category are required to have been employed outside of the U.S. in an executive or managerial capacity for at least one year (of the preceding three years), in a company which is related to the company in the U.S. through ownership and by which they will be employed as an executive or manager.

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