Tips from a US Immigration Lawyer for CrossFit Athletes

March 16, 2022 by
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As we enter a new era of geopolitics and (knock on wood) look to be putting the pandemic in our rearview mirror, a new reality emerges: it is harder than ever to travel internationally, and getting visas, especially in the US has become legendary when it comes to leg and paperwork. 

CrossFit athletes from all over the world are finding that the US remains the hotbed and ground zero for the sport, and if they want to compete with the best, they need to train alongside the best, just ask Paulina Haro, the latest in a growing list of athletes who are leaving their homeland to train stateside. This means a visa, paperwork, and most likely, help from an immigration lawyer.

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