Shankar Law Bulletin
EB-5 Program Interview with Shankar Ninan & Co. LLP Partner Sweekrutha Shankar.
What are Immigration Consequences for Employers and their immigrant employees if Government shuts down?
Summary: If Congress is unable to resolve the 2018 Fiscal Year funding by December 8, 2017 then a government shutdown will have trickling effect on Employers of all sizes and will impact the agencies involved in the immigration petitions, such as USCIS.
Does your start up need a lawyer?
Three considerations to keep in mind
Oct 18, 2017
Summary: Typically, when business owners start up a new company, the founder(s) begin on a bootstrapped budget of their own cash, and less likely, small seed round from friends and family, and if they are lucky, an angel investor. Founders are full of dreams and aspirations for their new business, they set up an idea, the tech behind their idea, and marketing objectives—and they intend to put every single dollar back into marketing to scale growth.
Why Employers May Want To Identify Candidates Now To Beat The H-1B Lottery Cap
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) regulatory agenda, released in December, contains many changes that may significantly affect employers, specifically those who hire H-1B, F-1 and H-4 visa holders. To the dismay of some working-class immigrants, the 2018 regulatory plan is consistent with President Trump’s executive order last spring to “Buy American and Hire American.”
Should You Form An LLC Or An S-Corp, And What’s The Difference?
Limited liability company (LLC) or S corporation (S-corp)? What do these business structures mean? As a business attorney, I always get the age-old question as to which one is best for you as a budding entrepreneur, balancing issues such as liability and taxation? Simply put, an LLC is a business structure while an S-corp is not. Instead, an S-corp is a tax election.