In this week’s Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast, we're joined by Kori, our associate attorney, as we’re taking a New Year's approach to immigration through these immigration must-dos for the new year and things you can do to be more successful with reaching your New Year's resolutions. It's also important to talk to an attorney because they can help you devise your strategic plan as well as your backup options.
For instance, if your goal is family reunification, there's always that delicate balancing act of juggling the work visa route or the marriage immigration route. And sometimes, it's better to go as a spouse in that you can do whatever you want from a work perspective, once you arrive. For people considering starting tech startups, there are a lot of questions that they need to consider as well. Ultimately, these strategic plans are often specific to the individual, their situation, what their options are, their timelines, and their goals.
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