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Did you recently get employed in the U.S.? If yes, then you must be applying for a visa. If you need any legal assistance in making sure that you comply with the immigration law of the U.S., then you need to get in touch with our law firm.
Our lawyers focus mainly on U.S. immigration law and give thorough advice to our clients on immigration matters. We are available for all sorts of consultations and representation and will also guide hiring and immigration issues.
With the help of an employment visa, any foreigner can work in the U.S. There are generally two types of employment visas, temporary and permanent ones. The applicants must provide relevant information regarding their previous work history, how they lived their lives in their home country, and why they want to go to the U.S. to apply for the employment visa.
What options are available for the Employment Visa?
There are different options available for those people who want to work in the U.S. and for those employers or bosses who want to hire foreign nationals for their companies. Applicants who wish to work in the U.S. must either have a work permit, a green card, or an employment visa obtained from their prospective employer.
It must be noted that every year there are a limited number of employment visa issues who qualify under the U.S. immigration law. These visas are different from temporary worker visas and business visas. To apply for this visa, the employer needs to get approval from the Department of Labor for filing a petition for the said foreign worker.
There are different categories for these prospective workers based on which the applications are various. It must be kept in mind that these visas are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The following are the various types of employment visas available for foreign workers to work in the U.S.
Spouses and unmarried minor children of the applicant can also file petitioners to join their family members in the U.S. during their employment.
What documents need to be submitted?
The following documents are required to apply for an employment visa to work in the U.S., depending on the type of visa that you are using for:
We can also handle temporary visas.
We are pleased to inform you that we also deal with temporary visas, called non-immigrant visas.
If you plan on coming to the U.S. anytime soon for your employment or if your business requires temporary international employees, then you should get in contact with our law firm for legal assistance and representation. We handle all kinds of employment visa matters from our office.
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