Abogado Ayala participara en webinar sobre inmigración organizado por Visa Franchise
Visa Franchise estará organizando un webinar con el estudio de abogados, Ayala Law PA, el Jueves 22 de Febrero a las 8AM (Los Angeles)/ 11AM (New York). El webinar esta dirigido a todo extranjero interesado en inmigrar a los Estados Unidos a través de la visa E-2. Por favor, sírvase registrarse con anticipación en el enlace de abajo para recibir los detalles de el webinar antes del 22. Durante…Read More
Ayala’s Client Obtains E-2 Visa Approval In Buenos Aires
Ayala’s Client Minnig Re LLC owner obtains approval of the E-2 visa application for him and his family. Minnig Re had invested in a Gelato Go franchise in the popular Sunset Place area in South Miami. article continues after image… With the help of Visa Franchise and the top executives at Gelato Go, we were able to present to the Buenos Aires Embassy a…Read More
Ayala Becomes ACAMS Member
By Isabella Espinoza. Attorney Eduardo Ayala becomes a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS). ACAMS is the largest international membership organization dedicated to enhancing the knowledge, skills and expertise of Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing. In Eduardo’s words: “having so many international clients and given current world trends, I always thought important to be ACAMS certified. That way we…Read More
What is an E-2 Investor Visa to the United States?
By Eduardo Ayala. An E-2 investor visa is a visa for citizens of certain countries to come to the U.S. to invest money in a business. To be eligible there must first be a “treaty of commerce and navigation” between the United States and the country of the foreign national. For a list of treaty countries check the Department of State website list at https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/fees/treaty.html….Read More
Ayala’s client prevails in agricultural litigation against California corporation
Ayala obtained a ruling granting damages, interest, and cost for its client, a Peruvian company, in a dispute against a California business for not paying for shipments of almost 5000 pounds of fresh asparagus. The Complaint alleged that the failure to pay, under the excuse that the product was damaged, was a breach of contract and that it violated section 2 of the Perishable…Read More
When does a diplomat have “compelling reasons” not to return?
In certain situations, diplomats serving in the US face threats to their safety when their term is over and they have to go back to their home country. The reasons are diverse but are generally linked to political retaliation or change in circumstances in the home country. To address this situation, Section 13 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) states that “[a]ny alien…Read More