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Can Foreign Investors Qualify for Visas During the Pandemic?
Can Foreign Investors Qualify for Visas During the Pandemic?

The immigration process has always been rife with legal hurdles and extended delays. Due to COVID-19 , these obstacles have significantly increased. Many are beginning to question whether it is possible to obtain either an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa during the pandemic. ...

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