Our attorneys can help employers and workers with the application process so that individuals can work in the United States permanently or temporarily, including EB and H-1B Visas, visitors for business, and more.
a) Worker may be eligible to become a permanent resident based on an offer of permanent employment in the United States. Employer may be required to get labor certification.
Permanent Worker Visas for the following workers:
- EB-5 investors/entrepreneurs who are making an investment of $1 million or $500,000 in an enterprise that creates new U.S. jobs
- Professionals holding advanced degrees, individuals with extraordinary ability, or those granted a National Interest Waiver
- Special immigrants, such as Afghan/Iraqi translator, Iraqi who assisted the U.S. Government, Physician National Interest Waiver, certain religious workers
b) Individual may be able to come to the United States as a temporary (nonimmigrant) worker. Generally, employer must file a nonimmigrant petition on worker’s behalf.
Temporary Worker Visas for the following workers:
- E, Treaty traders or investors, and qualified employees
- H-1B, Workers in a specialty occupation
- Temporary business visitor
- Foreign information media
- Intracompany transferees in managerial, executive positions, or in positions with specialized knowledge
- Persons with extraordinary ability
- Internationally recognized entertainers or athletes
- Religious workers
- NAFTA, temporary professionals from Mexico and Canada