Extraordinary Ability Visa and Investor Visa Questions - Free Consultations From Experienced NYC Law Firm

Cea Badoeva P.C.

The New York law firm Cea Badoeva P.C. is providing free legal advice throughout the month of October, helping business owners and employees who have questions regarding their extraordinary ability visa and investor visa.

A recent Harris Poll shows 63 percent of U.S. employers say hiring international talent is crucial to their company’s business. That’s up 42 percent from last year’s report, showing U.S. employers continue to seek workers from other countries.

The partners at Cea Badoeva — Michele Cea and Viktoriya Badoeva — say they continually hear from start-ups, entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized business owners that they don’t know their options for starting a new business in the USA, or for expanding their business into the USA.  

As a boutique law firm, we work directly with business owners and employees who need help with their investor visa or extraordinary ability visa. This free consultation makes it easy for entrepreneurs, employers, and employees to get guidance over the phone — and for free.

Michele Cea

Cea Badoeva

Mr. Cea says many people don’t know their professional achievements can qualify them for an extraordinary visa and potentially help them obtain a green card.

"There are several types of visas in the USA — E1, E2, EB5, EB1, O1, J1, H1B — and all of these applications have different requirements and restrictions," says Mr. Cea.

“As a boutique law firm, we work directly with business owners and employees who need help with their investor visa or extraordinary ability visa,” said Mr. Cea. “Many of these potential clients have similar questions. This free consultation makes it easy for entrepreneurs, employers, and employees to get guidance over the phone — and for free. This is our way of helping our community.”  

“We are trying to bring talented people to our community and in many cases, those are artists who may not realize they can benefit from the extraordinary ability visa based on their creative background,” said Ms. Badoeva.

Mr. Cea and Ms. Badoeva both worked at big international law firms in New York and abroad, focusing their work on corporate law and business immigration law.

Ms. Badoeva graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2011 and Moscow State University of International Affairs School of Law in 2007. She has experience in both corporate and health care law, and has represented many international clients. She is fluent in Russian.

Mr. Cea graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2011 and Catholic University School of Law in Milan, Italy in 2009. He has experience with corporate law and business immigration. Prior to partnering with Ms. Badoeva, Mr. Cea founded his own practice focused on business immigration. He is fluent in Italian and conversational Spanish.  

Frequently Asked Extraordinary Ability Visa and Investor Visa Related Questions

Mr. Cea and Ms. Badoeva will be answering all extraordinary ability visa and investor visa-related questions over the phone, every Tuesday - from noon to 1 p.m. EST — throughout the month of October.

Anyone with questions related to the investor visa or extraordinary ability visa can call their conference line and ask either of them such questions for no charge.

Callers will not be speaking with a lower-level paralegal, but someone with years of legal experience in business immigration law.

“This is also an opportunity to listen to questions that others in similar situations may have,” says Ms. Badoeva. “It’s also an easy and timeless way to get some quick guidance with your investor or extraordinary ability visa. You don’t need to travel to our Midtown offices. Anyone with a phone can call us from literally anywhere in the world.”

With larger law firms, this service would cost upwards of $500 an hour. In many of these situations, the law firm may not even be able to help visa applicants or businesses.

“We will also offer guidance and help applicants find the correct visa,” said Mr. Cea. “For instance, an entrepreneur investing in an American business will want to know the differences between EB-5 and E2 investment visas. We will explain different requirements and restrictions for visas to help secure visa application approval.”

Cea Badoeva P.C. will not be answering any visa questions concerning refugee, asylum, family immigration or travel visas.

About Cea Badoeva P.C.

The law firm of Cea Badoeva counsels business owners and entrepreneurs on a broad range of transaction and business matters including, but not limited to:

- Business start-up

- Corporate formation and organization

- Corporate governance

- Contracts and commercial transactions

- Business immigration.

Their experience in a variety of legal practices, combined with international reach, allows them to address most of the legal needs of small to mid-sized businesses.

Details of the Free Consultation for Work Visa-Related Questions

When: October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st — Every Tuesday throughout the month of October 2017.

Time: Noon to 1 p.m. EST

Dial-In Number: (641) 715-0654 Access Pin: 309249

For more information, go to www.Cebalaw.com or call (917) 728-1455

Source: Cea Badoeva P.C.


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