Robert Kohina Law Firmis honored at the first annual Blue Lives Matter gala, for his contribution as President of the Brotherhood for the Fallen NYC charity foundation. Brotherhood for the Fallen is a non-profit organization dedicated to emotional and financial support for the families of police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice - giving their lives [...]
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The Employment Based First preference category always reminds me of Tina Turner’s song “You’re simply the best” because it pretty much sums up the standard for EB-1A immigrant category. The legal standard in the EB1 extraordinary ability category is very high. While the EB-1A category was intended to apply to a small group of individuals, it [...]