- Semotiuk was a United Nations Correspondent
- Semotiuk served on the Human Rights Commission
Andy J. Semotiuk’s studies immersed him not only in legal matters, but also in the world of business. As an international journalist Semotiuk learned about people from various countries in the world. He learned about their political, economic, social and cultural circumstances. This experience gave Semotiuk a deeper understanding in working with his clients – he is better able to empathize with you since he will likely be familiar with your heritage and personal circumstances.
This knowledge can be particularly helpful to your case in circumstances where you are an executive or business immigrant.
Semotiuk knows how to read financial statements, do strategic planning and prepare business plans. These are all requirements that may be demanded of you as a business immigrant.
Semotiuk can help bring you up to succeed in such matters.
Andy J. Semotiuk as an attorney practicing both U.S. and Canadian immigration law, he helps clients get work permits, permanent resident cards and passports.
He is fast, accurate, and reliable so his clients save precious time, avoid extra effort and make more money.
He reviews various immigration options moving from the quickest, easiest and cheapest through to the options that take the longest time, are the hardest to take advantage of and cost the most.
If you are in a hurry to move to the United States or Canada you will first want to get a non-immigrant work visa and later apply for permanent resident status.
Indeed, in most employment-based or business/investment-based applications for permanent residence this two-step approach is best whether you are headed to the US or Canada.
Focused on business or executives in North America headed south-bound or north-bound, much of what is presented remains the same for professionals and executives from other parts of the world traveling to North America.
To be certain of your status you should always consult an immigration lawyer about your specific circumstances before traveling.