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USCIS Publishes New Forms for EB-5 Investor Program

On July 12, 2022, USCIS announced revisions to its Form I-526, Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur, used…

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Confessions of an E-2 Visa Addict

My name is Oliver Branch. I am a US immigration lawyer. I am obsessed with the E-2…

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Countries Around the World Offer Tax-Free Status – But US Citizens Need to Be Aware of the Pitfalls!

Ever thought of moving to another country with a warmer climate, fantastic food, wine, and rich history?…

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Kim G C Moody is quoted in the Investment Executive on the “misleading” June 30 press release regarding Bill C-208

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Bill C-208 has caused some confusion for business owners wanting to sell. Kim G C Moody joined Dave and Faisal on More Than Money (July 17, 2021), to break down what this bill is and its tax implications.

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“I tend to think this is going to be a huge spend budget…” Kim G C Moody is quoted in an article in the Globe and Mail on what to watch for in the federal budget, April 15, 2021

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Kim G C Moody is quoted in an article in the Edmonton Journal about his keynote remarks at the Alberta Chamber of Commerce, March 24, 2021

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“We need a budget. We need a plan.” Kim G C Moody is quoted in an article, “Warn on 1.83T Debt Ceiling,” March 18, 2021, on Blacklock’s Reporter.