Spring is always the greatest treat of nature around us, especially in cities where four seasons exist. Enjoying the colorful surroundings everyday.
Check the link that explains more details on the various scenarios that makes this visa backfire when not used properly.
By: Kathleen Lord-Black, US Immigration Lawyer
It began with a complaint from a disgruntled employee. An employee of Infosys, a billion-dollar East Indian IT company, blew the whistle on the company’s misuse of B-1 visitor’s visas, leading to an audit of the company’s I-9 files by the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Various companies have paid one million dollars or more in fines because of immigration violations. The recent Infosys $34 million settlement is the largest settlement yet, and serves as a warning to potential employers to be certain that they are using visa properly, and are keeping accurate and updated records and files.
This article will discuss the proper use of the B-1 business visitor visa, as well as permissible business activities under NAFTA.
B-1 Visitors Visas for Business
Canadians business visitors are allowed to visit the U.S. for up to six months…
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It is important to discuss your motivation of conducting business in the United States with a knowledgeable and experienced professional at ReloNavigator. Your success is by knowing your options ahead of time and by accepting your case limitations as well.
- 1. Understand the differences of the visas in an easy understandable ordinary layman’s language not a “geek speak” way
- 2. Determine the value and benefits of applicable visa plus other business information when conducting business in the United States
- 3. Make better decisions in achieving strategic business goals prior to engaging investments, must consider actual limitations and road maps for success
Yet another article that illustrate the shortcomings of our society. As a society, we need to re-affirm the development and ecological evolution within our midst. People with competency are essential and let’s not replace them with machines or social media that do not have the confidence of solving issues with a human touch.
By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach
As the Year 2014 arrived, the results of numerous researches are surfacing. We conducted our own research and then compared to other international sources; this is the third consecutive year that we are seeing the same concern where investing in global human capital competency is the trending need across the globe. Our research shown that small, medium and large organizations that are conducting business across borders are dramatically vocal about their inabilities in coping up with the demand of a global market. The readiness of global competency among employees and leaders do not add up. There is a big deficiency gap of skills and competency in order to successfully achieve their global business goals. The Society of Human Resources Management also acknowledged similar concern among global organizations.
What do we need?
Recently, Western Washington University conducted their annual case…
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Mr. Terrenal is an asset to the Society of Human Resource Management because of his international human capital management competency. He is unselfish in sharing his talents and competency to promising leaders of organizations, and willing to coach those who did not have the essential experience in managing their roles successfully that demonstrate ROI of their activities. More Power too.
By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist
Juntee is an active HR Leader within the Society of Human Resource Management by participating in the development of professionals and enhancing their knowledge, experience and competency through coaching, workshops, seminars / webinars. His expertise and business acumen in International Human Capital Resources and Management are integrated in various strategic initiatives, people, organization, cross culture, global mind-set, and return-on-investments.
When not focused on his business endeavors; most recently he joined the International Business Advisory Board of Western Washington University; he shares his time as a Resource and Mentor to new managers and human resources professionals in the field; have participated actively in the SHRM Staffing Management Leader; was in the pioneering group that started the SHRM Standards Task-force; have served as a Board Member and Director of Sponsorship with the SMA of Greater Phoenix, then an SHRM Chapter, now merged with…
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The Membership of the Ferndale Chamber will benefit from the expertise of ReloNavigator!
“Supporting the growth and development; and working with the community-at-large are incorporated into the business strategies of ReloNavigator. Becoming a member of the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce will facilitate the collaborative achievement of success among clients, partners and community co-members. Wishing everyone a successful 2014 and beyond”, said Juntee “J” Terrenal, Founder & Principal of ReloNavigator.
ReloNavigator will be working and partnering with Ferndale Chamber of Commerce colleagues, their organizations and employees in creating effective solutions to their challenges. All the time, we are solving client’s many pieces of the business puzzle that pertains to structuring, corporate immigration, relocation, home search and destination / origin support so that their business can continue moving forward as high performing and their return on investments will always be at maximum. We look forward to supporting your growing…
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Why people go and waste their time and money looking for someone who cares about them and their needs for relocation to another country, while ReloNavigator is available through their telephone +1 (360) 312-4300 or visit their website – http://www.relonavigator.com
Am glad to have experienced their high quality services.
Relocation is more than just packing a few boxes and shipping them to a new destination. A complex range of services unique to each person and company is usually needed to successfully move to a new location in a cost-effective way.
Similarly, obtaining the necessary immigration work and residency permits is very complex and requires specialist expertise in the ever-changing laws of each country.
ReloNavigator has extensive knowledge in both these areas gained over the last 20 years and has a track record of success in bringing together the business, technical, regulatory and financial aspects that ensure a smooth transition to your new home.