Employment Visas For Working In The United States
Many individuals need or desire to work in the United States. Some may be pursuing a job opportunity with an American-based company, and some may be planning to make an investment in a business development in the United States, while others may simply need a visa for an extended business trip.
The attorneys at Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group handle all types of employment-related immigration cases. From H-1Bs to L1s to Es to Os to J1s to TNs and everything in between, we are here to assess your needs and your eligibility and work to obtain the most desirable outcome for both the employers and employees. We pride ourselves on the meticulous handling of your case and ensuring that all petitions and filings to obtain and keep your employment visa are done accurately and in accordance with the ever-changing immigration landscape.
We Provide Guidance On Applying For All Types Of Employment Visas
Your right to work and conduct business in the United States is guided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency (USCIS). Federal law provides multiple classifications for business visas, depending on the background and skills of the applicant and the type of income-generating work they hope to pursue in America. Our firm can help you determine the right visa type for you or your employee, including:
- B-1 business visitor visas
- E1 and E2 investor visas
- EB-5 immigrant investor visas
- H-1B work visas
- J1 exchange visitor visas
- L-1 intercompany transferee visas
- O1 extraordinary ability visas
- TN NAFTA visas
A lawyer with our firm can assist you in discovering what other employment visa types might be applicable to your situation.
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Immigration law is complex and constantly changing. When your livelihood and family’s well-being are on the line, hiring an attorney focused on immigration matters makes sense and can provide you with a sense of confidence that your ability to conduct business will not be impaired.