All Canadian Residents Applying for K-1 Visas Must Now Interview in Montreal

As of April 1, 2016,  the Vancouver offices of the U.S. Consulate General will cease processing of K-1 visas. Now, the K-1 visas, commonly known as"Fiancé(e) visas," will only be processed by the U.S. Consulate General in Montreal. While the Bureau of Consular Affairs acknowledged that this change may inconvenience some applicants who will now need …

The Grady Firm Attends BC Tech Summit in Vancouver, Canada; Hosts Legal Seminar for Canadian Cross-Border Entrepreneurs

In January, The Grady Firm attorneys connected with Vancouver area technology businesses and entrepreneurs at the #BCTECH Summit. With more than 8,500 of British Columbia's top universities, companies, and entrepreneurs, in attendance, BC Tech Summit is the largest business technology conference in British Columbia on the west coast of Canada. The #BCTECH Summit is a …

The Grady Firm to Host Seminar on Expanding to the US in Vancouver January 20, 2016

After a successful and productive engagement with Vancouver Start Up Week in September, California-based business and immigration attorney, Jennifer Grady Esq., is returning to Vancouver in January 2016. During her visit, Jennifer will be attending the BC Tech Summit, and will will also be meeting with entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, and people interested in expanding their business into the …

The Grady Firm Participated in Vancouver Startup Week and Spoke to the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs

From September 21-24, 2015, The Grady Firm bridged connections between the US and its northern neighbors at Vancouver Startup Week.  Now in its second year, the week-long Startup Week brings entrepreneurs, local leaders, and friends together over five+ days to build momentum and opportunity around Vancouver's unique entrepreneurial identity.  Established companies, investors, service providers, incubators, …