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U.S. Employment Visa Attorney
Whether you are an employer struggling to find or retain employees for your growing business or a foreign worker searching for the appropriate employment visa that fits your needs, our team is prepared with the tools and expertise to ensure you case is prepared professionally and intelligently.
Individualized Employment Based Visa Case Plan
Employment visas are complex and relying on a “one size fits all” approach can be detrimental. Our business and foreign worker client’s benefit from having an attorney who has many years of experience obtaining employment based visas and understands the intricacies that come with a PERM filing, a Department of Labor audit, and visas requiring extraordinary abilities.
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Eligibility to begin the Employment Based Visa Process:
Depending on your needs the options for an employment based visa include:
Experienced Employment Visa Attorney
We have successfully served business of all types and sizes. From local family owned business to larger enterprises and even household employers, we ensure employers employment needs are met. Selecting the appropriate visa can be a daunting task.
We are dedicated to assisting workers and employers obtain permanent residence in the U.S. We analyze your background and obtain the necessary evidence to filing your petition, verifying that all requirements are met, professionally managing your case from beginning to end.
Have a question? Check these answers.
Once your Form I-485 is approved and you receive your card, you will be a lawful permanent resident; your card will be valid for 10 years, like all other green cards and will require you to renew it 90 days prior to its expiration.
Yes, you can. With an EB-3 a high school degree is sufficient. If you have an advanced degree you might want to consider applying for an EB-2.
Yes, not even a high school degree is a requirement. Your employer/sponsor will determine the qualifications needed for the job being offered. Generally, employers request at least some experience, a high school degree or a combination there of.
Yes, the regulations do not inhibit you from filing for different green cards simultaneously. This give you more chances of approval, should one get denied, the other may get approved. If both are approved, you can decide which one you prefer to proceed with.
Yes! The H-1B visa is not a requirement for and EB-3. There are many other nonimmigrant visas that allow for you to apply for an EB-3 such as the O, L, E and even F-1 Students. You may also apply for an EB-3 without any nonimmigrant visa if you are outside of the U.S.
Yes. However, this will require a determination that your household employer has enough assets to demonstrate they will be able to afford your salary, long term. Assuming they desire to employ you well into the future, this could be an excellent fit for you and them.