San Diego Law Review

Library of Congress Authority File


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Immigration and Nationality XV


In the Article, Mr. Miller demonstrates how cross-border direct investment in the U.S. through a foreign company's acquisition of a domestic business necessitates careful immigration planning. He speaks directly to the investor and shows that a main priority is the quick and efficient transfer foreign personnel and the employment of foreign graduates. Recognizing the complexity of federal statutes and regulations governing foreign investment, the author concludes that a foreign investor will need to quickly learn that an effective immigration strategy is necessary to successfully do business in the U.S.