Tag Archives: Status

The Key to Maintaining Public Charity Status

In this article, Michael Sorrells explains how 501(c)(3)s maintain their public charity status. Many charities must undergo an annual public support test to maintain their public charity and tax exempt status. The test is completed annually on Schedule A. Organizations… … Continue reading

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Marriage Based Petition and Adjustment of Status Green Card Approval for Client from Cote D’Ivoire in Cleveland Ohio

CASE: Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status NATIONALITY: Cote D’Ivoire                                                                                                         LOCATION: Cleveland, OH Our client is from Cote D’Ivoire who came to the U.S. on a F-1 Student Visa in October 2013 to pursue his undergraduate degree in United States.  In May … Continue reading

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E2 Visa Status Approved for National of India and Canada for Gas Station and Convenience Store

Congratulations to our client, a dual national of India and Canada, who recently had his E-2 Visa status approved through a domestic application with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  Our client purchased an existing gas station and convenience … Continue reading

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I-130 and I-485 Marriage Based Petition and Adjustment of Status Approved for Cleveland Ohio Client From Burkina Faso

CASE: Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status CLIENT: Burkina Faso LOCATION: Cleveland, OH Our client came to the United States from Burkina Faso on a F-1 student visa in December 2014. He married a U.S. Citizen in August 2016 and retained our … Continue reading

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Adjustment of Status Proposal for A-3 Visa Holders

Guest blogger: Madeleine Zacks, University of San Francisco law student: An A-visa is a non-immigrant visa granted to foreign diplomatic officers and and their immediate families. Foreign diplomatic officers may be ambassadors, public ministers, career diplomatic or consular officers, other… … Continue reading

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