The Grady Firm Celebrates Its Fourth Anniversary

On March 19, 2016, The Grady Firm, P.C. celebrates its four year anniversary.

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Ms. Grady with the former ambassador to China at IIUSA EB-5 conference in San Francisco

We would like to thank our clients, colleagues, and referral partners for helping us reach this milestone, and for supporting our success along the way.

Over the past four years, we have grown from helping Startups in Silicon Beach develop ideas into full-fledged businesses, to helping companies across the state with hundreds of employees stay compliant with California labor law to mitigate the effects of costly litigation.

Presenting to Startup Chile

Ms. Grady speaking to entrepreneurs at Startup Chile

Since early 2015, our immigration practice tripled as we expanded our focus across the globe to countries like Canada, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and the UK through speaking engagements, webinars, and in-person consultations abroad.

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What’s the Difference Between the E-2 and EB-5 Investor Visas?

handshakeFor foreign investors wishing to obtain a visa to live, work, and attend university in the United States with in-state tuition rates, there are two options available through the E-2 and EB-5 investor visa programs.

The E-2 Visa requires less startup capital (around USD $100,000 to $250,000) and is the fastest way to obtain a visa, although it is not a path to Legal Permanent Residency (Green Card). The E-2 is a temporary visa based on a reciprocal commercial treaty between the United States and the individual’s country of nationality.  The visa is only available to treaty countries, for which citizens of China, India, Russia, and Brazil are not eligible.  Its processing times are generally 2 weeks to 90 days. Continue reading