Author archive: sheila

SUNRISE, FL, JANUARY 7, 2009:  The American mortgage crisis in reaching unexpected heights, and the problem is only growing with each passing month. Ms. Sheila Danzig, a first generation American, is extremely familiar with the characteristics and demographics of persons seeking foreign degree evaluations for EB-2 and EB-3 visas to the United States. After careful analysis, this expert on…

It’s no secret that the U.S. economy is in a recession, or that that recession has affected financial markets worldwide. This in turn has seriously affected the number of people seeking foreign degree evaluations. More and more people are trying to ensure their job security or explore new employment options after cutbacks and mergers have…

If you are a Canadian or Mexican citizen, you may apply for a work visa in the United States under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). These visas are called TN visas, and are issued to people with professional qualifications who want to seek temporary work in the U.S. Citizens of Canada are granted TN-1 Visas,…

As a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a special visa qualification was offered to citizens of Canada and Mexico who qualify for temporary employment positions that can be categorized into certain professional classifications as defined by the NAFTA agreement. This immigrant visa is known as the TN visa, and includes a wide variety…

Most people would argue that the might of the United States Armed Forces carries a worldwide impact, No government on the face of the planet, in fact, has ever tackled the entire might of the U.S. Military and emerged victorious. But Sheila Danzig, Executive Director of Career Consulting International (CCI),www.TheDegreePeople.com, doesn’t care. In fact, Ms….

American universities are among the best in the world. Some of the best and brightest young students worldwide apply to universities such as Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, Duke, and Yale. They come to the United States, looking for an advanced education in science or mathematics or other professions. They get it, and then they are unable…

Last year, in June 2007, the American Immigration Law Association (AILA) held their annual conference in Orlando, Florida. During this conference, the audience was warned that all 3-year degrees have a high risk of being denied. The MATTER OF SHAH  is now being used to question degrees worldwide, rather than primarily for degrees from Indian universities. These degrees are, in fact, being denied…

Many students with foreign diplomas apply for visas to study graduate degrees in the United States. They obtain foreign credential evaluation from agencies such as Career Consulting International, and enroll in the university or college with students visas. Most students who attend American institutions with these temporary visas are listed in the Student Exchange and…

If you are a Canadian or Mexican citizen, you may apply for a work visa in the United States under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). These visas are called TN visas, and are issued to people with professional qualifications who want to seek temporary work in the U.S. Citizens of Canada are granted TN-1 Visas,…

As a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a special visa qualification was offered to citizens of Canada and Mexico who qualify for temporary employment positions that can be categorized into certain professional classifications as defined by the NAFTA agreement. This immigrant visa is known as the TN visa, and includes a wide variety…

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