Business Immigration Attorney Sara Fleming Joins FordMurray

October 13, 2016 (Portland, ME) – FordMurray, a growing business immigration law firm based in Portland, Maine, is pleased to announce that attorney Sara Fleming has joined the firm. Sara comes to FordMurray after eight years of practicing immigration law for clients in the higher education, healthcare and high tech industries in Boston. Sara focuses… [Read More]

H1-B Cap(s) Reached!

Today the USCIS announced that it has received enough Petitions between April 1 and April 7, 2016 to officially reach both the U.S. Master’s Cap (20,000) and the “regular” H-1B cap (65,000).  Further, the USCIS announced that the large volume of petitions received in both caps will result, again, in an electronic, random-selection lottery.  The… [Read More]

New Procedure Allows Foreign Nationals Subject to Green Card Backlogs to Obtain Certain Benefits Sooner

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a significant change in the procedure for issuing Permanent Residence Status (or Green Cards) to foreign national workers.  Many foreign national workers are subject to substantial “backlogs” in the issuance of Green Cards after an employer has sponsored them for permanent status.  This is due to… [Read More]

Russell Ford Interviewed on Discover Your Talent Podcast

Russell Ford was recently interviewed on the podcast “Discover Your Talent. Do What You Love.” In this episode, Russell talks about how controlling his own destiny while helping others has consistently motivated his career. Click here to listen to the episode!

Russell Ford Client Featured in Shotgun Life Article

Russell C. Ford’s client, Royal United Gamebirds, is highlighted in this Shotgun Life article for the growth and development of their business through the use of the E-2 investor visa. Mr. Ford, as indicated in the article, was instrumental in helping Royal United Gamebirds secure their initial and continued E-2 status. Understanding the needs of entrepreneurs,… [Read More]