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Bloggings On The H-1B Visa

by Anthony F. Siliato and Scott R. Malyk

May 28, 2010

About The Author

Anthony F. Siliato the founder of Meyner and Landis LLP’s Immigration Law Group, has been practicing Immigration Law for more than 25 years. He is chiefly responsible for the firm's business and corporate-related immigration matters which involve the recruitment, hiring, transfer and retention of international personnel worldwide. A past chair of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Mr. Siliato remains an active member of AILA, serving as a mentor and frequent speaker on employment-related immigration matters. Mr. Siliato currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the International Institute of New Jersey, a non-profit organization whose mission statement is to help immigrants and refugees build full and productive lives in the United States and work to ensure their fair and equitable treatment. He was selected as a Super Lawyer in the area of Immigration Law by New Jersey Monthly Magazine (2008, 2009). You may reach Mr. Siliato at

Scott R. Malyk is an associate with Meyner and Landis LLP’s Immigration Law Group, specializing in all aspects of corporate and business-related immigration law. He works with businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to international startups. Mr. Malyk also represents self-petitioning foreign nationals seeking investment opportunities in the U.S., as well as those seeking National Interest Waiver approval. Additionally, Mr. Malyk represents outstanding scientific researchers, medical professionals, attorneys, foreign legal consultants and a variety of others with extraordinary abilities in the sciences, arts, education, business, and athletics, who wish to come to the U.S. to work in their area of expertise. Such efforts include obtaining temporary and permanent visas for artists, fashion models, musicians, chefs, professional athletes and other entertainers. You may reach Mr. Malyk at

For additional information and updates on a variety of corporate and business-related immigration law issues, please visit Meyner and Landis LLP's Corporate Immigration Law News blog at

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