De-compressing and De-stressing Ability to Pay

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This latest addition to the Inside Immigration monograph series discusses demonstrating that an employer has the ability to pay the wage offered to an employee who is being sponsored for permanent residence.

Author and AILA member David E. Gluckman covers:

  • Determining how much an employer must show that it can pay
  • The “Yates memorandum” and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services I-140 Standard Operating Procedures
  • “Totality of the Circumstances” and “Reasonable Expectations”
  • Significance of Matter of Sonegawa, 12 I&N Dec. 612, 615 (Reg'l Comm'r 1967)

    And more!

8 pages
August 2013
Vol. 4, Issue 2

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About the Author

David E. Gluckman is an attorney with McCandlish Holton, PC's Immigration Practice Group in Richmond, VA, and a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law. He represents businesses and individuals both nationwide and worldwide, guiding them through the U.S. immigration labyrinth toward their short- and long-term goals. His expertise includes temporary-visa petitions, permanent-resident applications for family-based and employment-based applicants in all categories, citizenship, and the immigration consequences of criminal convictions.

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