Business Travel During the COVID Recovery

Now that the US is seeing lower coronavirus infection rates and higher vaccination rates, the big question for many European businesspeople is whether they can enter the United States for business and under what circumstances? After all, for many foreign companies with US operations, it has been over a year since they’ve been able toContinue reading “Business Travel During the COVID Recovery”

US Citizens renouncing citizenship in record numbers

Here in the US, folks tend to assume that the United States is the proverbial “city upon a hill,” a place to which everyone does (or at least should) aspire. Many of my colleagues overseas have had some serious doubts about that premise for some time, but increasingly, even US citizens are having their doubts.Continue reading “US Citizens renouncing citizenship in record numbers”

Business visas to the US about to get more expensive

As if coronavirus hasn’t already made business travel complicated enough, the cost of many of the most common non-immigrant business visas to the US is about to increase significantly. The USCIS recently announced an increase in the filing fees for certain immigrant and non-immigrant visas which allow foreign citizens to live and work in theContinue reading “Business visas to the US about to get more expensive”