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  • Dispute Resolution

    Back DISPUTE RESOLUTION (LITIGATION, ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION) We are committed to working with you, even when negotiations between franchisers and franchisees break down. We believe in mediation, if the parties agree that this is an option for them, then we will do our best at getting their dispute resolved through peaceful means of discussion without any fighting or angering one another along way. When disputes are not resolved, we will arbitrate or litigate on your behalf. Contact If you are in the US or planning to come to the US and would like to schedule a consultation, let's connect. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE INITIAL CONSULTATION OR ​ EMAIL US ‬ CALL US

  • O1 | BUSCHKIN LAW FIRM

    Back Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement O-1 visa is a great visa for individuals who possess extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or who has a demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry and has been recognized nationally or internationally for those achievements. One of the O-1 visa requirements is a consultation with a U.S. peer group, labor organization or management organization regarding the nature of the work you will be doing in the U.S. and your qualifications. Requirements and eligibility REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR O-1 VISA ​ Along with your passport, visa fee receipt, and the notice of decision by the USCIS, the following is a concise list of all the documents you need to apply for an O-1 visa: Written consultation from someone with expertise in your field. Ex: a peer group, as relevant to your area of expertise . Copy of the written work contract that must include a summary of the agreement under which you will be employed. Document explaining the activities and events you will participate in. Must include the nature, start and end dates. And an itinerary of these activities/events. Proof of your extraordinary abilities or achievements. Some examples are: Proof you have received an award; Published articles relevant to your field; Contributed original research to your field; You are a member of a highly distinguished association or organization; or Have been paid a high salary for your skills and contribution ​ ​ REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR O-2 VISA ​ Written consultation Support of an individual with extraordinary ability in athletics or the arts: must be from the appropriate labor organization. Support of an individual with extraordinary achievement in motion pictures or television: must come from an appropriate labor organization and a management organization with expertise in the skill area involved Proof of your extraordinary abilities or achievements Should establish that you have substantial experience performing the critical skills and essential support services for the O-1. For motion picture or television production, establish that significant production, including pre- and post-production, has taken place outside the United States and will take place inside the United States, and that your continuing participation is essential to the successful completion of the production. After petition is approved You can apply for your visa in the U.S. Embassy or Consulate Department of State (DOS) establishes visa application processing and issuance fees Application process APPLICATION PROCESS FOR AN O-1 VISA ​ File Form I-129, Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (U.S. employer, U.S. agent, or foreign employer through a U.S. agent). Include required evidence according to the form instructions. File it at least 45 days before the date of employment. In addition to Form I-129, the petitioner must submit the documentary evidence discussed in the previous item. ​ APPLICATION PROCESS FOR AN O-2 VISA ​ Employer or agent should file Form I-129, Petition for a Non-immigrant Worker, Include the required evidence according to the form instructions. Must petition for you in connection with the services of an O-1 artist or athlete, Both you and the O-1 artist or athlete must each have your own Form I-129. Employer or agent cannot file your Form I-129 more than one year before the artist or athlete will begin employment. File it at least 45 days before the date of employment. In addition to Form I-129, the petitioner must submit the documentary evidence discussed in the previous item. Processing times and Period of Stay/Extension of Stay With each step discussed above in mind, we can make an estimate on what the processing time will be. However, there are a number of factors that can drastically change the amount of time it will take. Form I-129: average of six months depending on caseload. Premium processing shortens your petition’s processing time to 15 calendar days Take into consideration the amount of time it will take to gather and organize the evidence required to prove your eligibility. If you are outside the U.S. and must go through consular processing, the O-1 processing time may be extended depending on when the consulate or embassy schedules your interview appointment. As an O non-immigrant, you may be admitted to the United States for the validity period of the petition, plus a period of up to 10 days before the validity period begins and 10 days after the validity period ends. You are only authorized to work during the validity period of the petition. Contact If you are in the US or planning to come to the US and would like to schedule a consultation, let's connect. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE INITIAL CONSULTATION OR ​ EMAIL US ‬ CALL US

  • Last Will and Testament | BUSCHKIN LAW FIRM

    Back Compassionate Last Will and Testament Estate Planning Services We can help you draft a last will and testament that leaves you feeling confident and secure. ​ WHO NEEDS A LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT? Anyone over 18 with personal assets should have a last will and testament. Moreover, anyone with loved ones should execute a will. Your testament details your wishes regarding young (minor) children, relatives, and pets under your care. It can even specify your funeral arrangements and service. ​ WHY CREATE A WILL? A person drafts a last will and testament to state in writing, the persons or charities that will receive his or her assets after death. There are many reasons to create a last will and testament, but the most obvious is to ease the burden on family and friends after you pass away. Your last will and testament officially notify all parties of how you want your estate assets distributed and to whom. ​ As the testator (the person drafting the will), you choose someone to oversee the estate after you are deceased, known as the executor. He or she is responsible for managing and disbursing your assets in accordance with your last will and testament and must act in the best interest of the estate when making decisions that affect those assets. ​ Your last will and testament allows you to have the final say in these decisions. That’s why you need an experienced attorney to guide you through the drafting and execution of this critical document. With Buschkin Law Firm on your side, there will be no need to worry. We’ll help you draft a last will and testament that completely attests to your wishes. Alongside estate planning, we also focus on long-term care planning and probate/trust administration. Contact If you are in the US or planning to come to the US and would like to schedule a consultation, let's connect. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE INITIAL CONSULTATION OR ​ EMAIL US ‬ CALL US

  • Selling a Franchise

    Back SELLING A FRANCHISE We will consult with you about the structure and, if desired, business aspects of your transaction. We'll prepare the selling agreements and other closing documents. We'll negotiate with your landlord, buyer's attorney and the franchiser to ensure that you get everything in order before signing on any dotted lines. Contact If you are in the US or planning to come to the US and would like to schedule a consultation, let's connect. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE INITIAL CONSULTATION OR ​ EMAIL US ‬ CALL US

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