Thursday, May 21, 2020

A Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce
Osorio Internacional, P.A. cordialmente lhe convidam para:

Palestrante: Juliana Pavageau (BIO),
Osorio Internacional, P.A.
  • Suspensão de serviços consulares no dia 20 de março de 2020;

  • Suspensão de atendimento em pessoa em todos os locais do USCIS até dia 3 de junho de 2020;

  • Decreto Presidencial do dia 22 de abril de 2020;

  • Quais são os efeitos e quem afeta?

  • Previsões para o próximo ano devido à desaceleração do mercado americano

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