to the Pacific Northwest Cross Border Law Blog (“PNXBLB”).  The goal of this blog is to serve as a practice resource for other attorneys, so you won’t see any advertising masquerading as thoughtful content.  Daily updates are unlikely because producing useful posts will take some time.  If we are achieving our goal, however, then there should… Read More

Canadian E Visa Processing Changes – March 8, 2016

Changes to E Visa Processing for Canadian Traders and Investors On February 26, 2016, the United States Consulate General in Toronto announced changes to the procedures for obtaining E-1 Treaty Trader and E-2 Treaty Investor visa (read the full press release here). Beginning on March 1, 2016, registration of E-1 and E-2 enterprises will only… Read More

FedEth – November 20, 2015

Washington’s RPC’s applied to courier and mail services when representing clients in immigration matters Countless articles, “practice tips,” and even books are available about remaining compliant with your state’s RPC’s when using cloud services and other software. Surprisingly, there is little guidance on the ethics of using courier services.1 We observe three obligations of immigration lawyers… Read More