Date: November 20, 2013

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L-1 Visa – The Intracompany Transferee Visa

The L-1A visa category is meant to facilitate the transfer of key executive, managers, and persons possessing “specialized knowledge” from operations outside the U.S. to new or existing operations in the U.S. The visa applicant must have worked full time in one of these Immigration defined roles (manager, executive or with specialized knowledge) for the foreign operations for at least twelve cumulative months within the last thirty-six months. Time spent…

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Date: November 20, 2013

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E-2 Visa – The Investor Visa

The E-2 Nonimmigrant Visa is available to any citizen of a country that is a signatory of a Treaty of Commerce and Navigation or related treaty meant to encourage investment between the US and your country. The E-1 is based on trade, while an E-2 is based on substantial investment in the United States. The law provides original jurisdiction for E visas with the State Dept. through our Embassies and…

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Date: November 20, 2013

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Federal and State Taxes

Investing in the United States, in a global economy and a relatively strong Euro, it is now an increasingly more attractive to Italians. A foreigner who invests in the United States, however, must take into account various tax implications, and if it intends to buy a residential apartment income to be if he has the ultimate goal is to open a business in the United States. Five taxes are America’s…

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Date: November 20, 2013

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The 6 most common mistakes made by entrepreneurs

Most of the guides on how to open a company recommended to draw up a business plan, create a campaign, design a website, etc. . However, when these guides refer to the legal requirements, they merely advise on the choice of the various corporate case and the need to record the name of the company. Although these are two very important steps, they are not the only legal provisions that…

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Date: November 20, 2013

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The Distribution Agreements in the U.S.

The distribution agreement is an agreement between two parties, one party usually called the supplier and the other distributor. Distribution contracts are regulated in each state by the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code), a law that each state, based on a common model for the United States, issued to regulate the legal aspects of trade, and which provides that the company manufacturer, for example, an Italian company (the supplier), sells its…

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