Whether you are an employer or an individual – when it comes to your immigration goals it pays to look at all of your options. Everyone takes their financial picture seriously — from the simplest budgeting of having to live pay check to pay check or the most complex financial strategies involving multiple advisors, i.e., banking, financial planners – you get the idea. Immigration strategies can often affect the long term goals of any one person or company whether you are sponsoring a family member or an employee. Here’s some questions to think about: What do you want to accomplish? How long do you want the process to take? Who will benefit from your goals? Over the years we have seen clients who come to us with a focus on one particular strategy only to find out that their goal wasn’t the best bang for their buck. Granted the immigration processes aren’t always cheap, but careful planning can reap great results not just for the person seeking the status but for future planning as well.
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