We have been working with Calderaro Law Group for over 4 years, they are very good at what they do and the staff is really amazing. They made our immigration case work with USCIS and in the end we got our permanent residency in the U.S. Thank you to everyone who worked with us to make it happen.
I was extremely satisfied with the support, guidance and direction provided by the Calderaro Law Group. From the initial conversation with Ms. Calderaro to the support provided prior to my interview They really care about your results and will work with you to ensure that your goals are met. I will recommend this team to any of my colleagues who wish to migrate to the U.S.
The most trusted immigration law firm in the United States. We had a great experience with the entire team at Calderaro Law Group. Immigration to the United States is not an easy task and cannot be done by a single attorney alone. The Calderaro team made it very easy and smooth for us by providing us with different points of contact for various tasks. Highly recommended.
Claderaro Law Group, has a team committed to each case and an extraordinary accompaniment throughout the immigration process, very professional and knowledgeable. 100% recommended.
They’re excellent. I wouldn’t choose anyone else. Super happy with the way I’ve been treated by them in the different stages. 110% RECOMMENDED.
From personalized advice to organizations that take care of the corresponding visas to develop their own business as well as labor and professional exchanges. There are multiple alternatives to be able to travel and establish business in the country as well as abroad. Read More
«The United States is a market of opportunity for Argentina. There is definitely room for wines, for soybeans, for nuts, for everything that Argentina may have to bring to the United States». The phrase corresponds to the lawyer Renata Calderaro, who on Friday gave a talk at the Intercontinental Hotel, as part of the AEM Breakfast Series, before 60 businessmen from Mendoza. Read More
Renata Calderaro is the owner and partner of the Florida-based Calderaro Law Group. She assures that there should be no concern among businessmen in the region after the arrival of Donald Trump to the U.S. Presidency. Read More
Calderaro Law Group is a leading firm in immigration, business relocation and expansion of operations for foreigners in the United States. On September 13, it will hold in Buenos Aires the seminar «How to become a successful entrepreneur in the U.S.». Renata Calderaro, CEO of the U.S. firm, tells El Economista what new developments Donald Trump’s management has brought to foreign entrepreneurs and why Argentines are attracted to this market. Read More
Over the last decade, despite diplomatic and political tensions, the United States has remained Ecuador’s main trading partner. According to the Ecuadorian Federation of Exporters (Fedexpor), 33% of national exports are sent to the U.S. market. Before oil prices fell, it reached 40%. Read More
For those looking to secure and grow their wealth over the long term, the possibility of investing in the United States is an excellent opportunity. However, in my experience, very few people are aware of the possibilities of becoming an entrepreneur or businessman in the United States and the truth is that it is much more accessible than it seems. Read More
Renata Calderas was born in Bolivia and at the age of 10 went to live in the United States. She is the founder and CEO of the Calderaro Law Group, headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, with presence in Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico and Venezuela. Read More
A survey conducted at the end of 2016 among the members of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (Afire), which brings together the largest international institutional real estate investors in the world and has an estimated more than US$2 billion in globally managed real estate, yielded compelling figures: 60% indicated that the United States is the safest country to invest in real estate and the one that offers the best opportunities for capital appreciation, followed by Germany with 19%. 95% said they would maintain or increase their investment in the U.S. Read More
The Latin American region is going through a time of economic and institutional uncertainty so we need to study scenarios and successful experiences in development and investment in order to project a more predictable economic future. Read More
Renata Calderaro, CEO of Calderaro Law Group, referred to some of the goals that a potential entrepreneur should set, in order to open a field in the world of American companies, with innovative products and projects. Read More
Whether it is to ensure the family’s future by saving in a solid currency, growing a business or starting an international business in a legally and economically stable market, the E visa opens the doors of the United States to Argentine citizens who want to obtain a return in dollars by living in Argentina or in the United States. Read More
Given the importance of trade growth with the United States and aware of the importance of the presence of Antioquia’s companies in this market, the Colombian American Chamber of Commerce AmCham Antioquia & Caldas, in conjunction with Calderaro Law Group, will be holding the seminar How to Invest or Do Business in the U.S.? in Medellín Read More
Calderaro Law Group, a leading U.S. law firm in immigration, relocation and expansion of operations with offices in Buenos Aires, is organizing the Seminar «How to Invest or Do Business in the U.S.» to be held on August 10th at 9 am at the InterContinental Hotel (Blvd Perez Cuesta esq. Acceso Este). Read More
A Cooper City man has been indicted in a stolen art smuggling scheme born from one of the most brazen art heists in modern history.
Bernard Ternus, 55, was indicted Thursday on a charge of conspiracy to transfer stolen goods by trying to sell four paintings for $4.7 million. The French citizen has been in a Miami federal detention facility since June 4, when immigration officials arrested him on charges of lying about his criminal history on a visa application. Read More