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Three-Time Grammy-Nominated R&B Artist Trey Songz Arrested at Chiefs Game

Understanding the Charges Against Trey Songz Singer Trey Songz was arrested at Monday night’s Kansas City Chiefs game for trespassing, assault on an officer, and resisting arrest after refusing to wear a mask. When attempts by Arrowhead Stadium security guards to get Songz to comply with coronavirus protocols were repeatedly met with refusal, Kansas City …

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MMA Payout Features Sherrod Seward, Esq. in Interview

Sherrod Seward, Esq., the managing member of Sherrod Sports Visas, was interviewed in an MMA Payout video series by Attorney Jason Cruz, Esq. The attorneys have known each other for years. When they first met, Sherrod was working with the North American Allied Fight Series (NAAFS). He is now a highly reputed sports immigration attorney. …

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New O & P Visa Guide Features Article by Sherrod Seward

Released in July of 2020, the new 3rd edition of Immigration Options for Artists, Entertainers & Athletes features a piece called “O-1 Consultation Letters” by none other than our founding attorney, Sherrod Seward. Comprised of articles by the industry’s top legal professionals, the book analyzes the U.S. immigrant and nonimmigrant visa options for foreign nationals in the arts, entertainment, …

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Oakhurst Immigration Law Helps UFC Fighter Obtain O-1A Visa

We are pleased to announce that our client, UFC Fighter Herbert Burns, has received an O-1A sports visa. The visa adjudication process through the USCIS California Service Center took only two weeks because of the thorough and compelling application we submitted on Mr. Burns’ behalf. His petitioner was South Florida’s Combat Club. The O-1A visa …

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Victor Obaika Obtains L-1A Visa

Obaika Racing, LLC President and CEO Approved for Three-Year Visa The United States’ L-1A visas allow international companies to transfer employees in managerial or executive positions to the United States. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services says that to qualify, the employer must: Have an established, eligible relationship with a foreign company Do business, or …

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