Employers are extremely busy. They don’t have time to learn yet another whole area of regulations. They need the right employees in the right places. We are the ones you designate to advise and manage this area with you.
What sets us apart is that we do not hire large numbers of temporary paralegals to mass process large volumes of cases. We advise you on your cases. We’ve seen a number of instances in which people have come to us after a problem arose from a firm mass processing applications on a large scale and missing important facts unique to that specific case.
There are many types of visas that will allow an employer to hire a foreign national. Many are for a set duration, or a specific job, or specific countries. For example, an E visa for a foreign investor or for international trade requires the U.S. have a certain specific treaty with the foreign national’s country in order to qualify. A TN visa under NAFTA requires the person be a national of Canada or Mexico and is also limited to specific jobs. A TN also requires specified qualifications for each allowed job. The bottom line is the specific job duties, qualifications, and nationality of the prospective employee need to be analyzed to determine that there is a fit that will work.
The prospective employee must also be admissible. This means the employee’s background including any criminal arrests, prior immigration history, and much more must be obtained to make sure that if the employer were to petition for a certain visa status, the employee is actually eligible to receive the visa.
We work with employers on a one-on-one basis to obtain needed details of the position and do the analysis for you. Based on the analysis of the position and your goals, we can recommend which visa will work best for the specific situation.
Visas for permanent residence, that aren’t limited to a specific period of time, are subject to a system of preferences detailed on the Employment-based visas page of this site.
We provide custom immigration solutions for your needs and goals. We have the experience and know-how to handle what you need. Contact us to see how we can help you.
This is general information and does not constitute legal advice; each case must be analyzed independently. Nothing here creates an attorney/client relationship; each potential client must set up an appointment for proper analysis, and written agreement if after a full analysis we both agree in writing that we accept to represent the case and you also agree that you want us to represent your case as detailed specifically in the written contract.
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