HEP workshop : Visas : employment, entrepreneurs, extending your stay in the US

 

This workshop is intended to inform you on the different visa non-immigrant and immigrant categories which may be of interest to you if you wish to become a principal visa holder instead of a dependent (through an investment) or wish to pursue a green card based on your own merits and eventually naturalize. The workshop will also address important areas to keep in mind in terms of immigration compliance if you hire an employee.

FOR WHOM ?

This educational workshop is open to all, with a content tailored towards the needs of spouses of expatriates. 

When

This workshop will be on Friday November 16th 2018 from 9:30am to 11:30am.

TOPICS

  • Could my entrepreneurial activities allow me to obtain an E-2 or E-1 treaty visa?
  • What if I am separating or divorcing my spouse (important timing considerations, Violence Against Women Act -VAWA- applications)?
  • Can I self-petition for a green card (EB-1, EB-2 National Interest Waiver category, Labor Certification)?
  • Should I, can I, naturalize?
  • What is Form I-9 and why should I care?

The speaker

Attorney Eglantine M. Pauvarel Moss is experienced in the area of immigration and nationality law with a focus on corporate immigration law.

She is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and is licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas. Eglantine has helped numerous individuals, entrepreneurs and companies with their immigration needs while working for several immigration law firms prior to opening her own practice.

As an immigrant herself (French-American dual citizen) and a young entrepreneur, Eglantine understands the challenges involved with relocating to a new country, moving a family, and beginning a new position or operations abroad. Eglantine grew up in Toulon, France, and graduated from the prestigious Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Aix-en-Provence in 2005. She met her future husband while studying at Louisiana State University and later immigrated to Houston, Texas.

Eglantine is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and actively participates in many local chambers of commerce and bicultural associations.

 


Information and registration

▬ Register : houstonexpatpro@gmail.com
▬ HEP members fee : free 
▬ Non-members fee : $15 
▬ Address : 10900 Northwest Fwy Ste 108, Houston, TX 77092