While the current law related to deportation and removal limits one’s options, there are alternative approaches to successfully confront these matters. Since deportation and removal cases are fact driven, during a free initial consultation our firm will review the individual circumstances, and assess the availability of viable legal options. This approach accomplishes two goals. First, it encourages a frank and open discussion with the client to avoid false hope. And second, it allows us to create a roadmap for how to proceed. This approach will empower our clients, and provide them with the information necessary to make sensible decisions on how to proceed in these cases.
Employment-based immigration presents challenges that can affect your business’ short and long-term objectives. Filing the appropriate visa application depends on the unique needs of the business seeking to hire a foreign national, and an in-depth understanding of the business and the foreign national’s objectives. During our initial consultation, we will assess your specific needs, and determine the most suitable visa to apply for, as well as the necessary information and documentation required.
Examples of Employment-based immigrant categories:
- Extraordinary Ability
- Outstanding Researchers and Professionals
- Professional Talent
- Multinational Executives and Managers
- Investors and Employment Creation
Examples of Employment-based non-immigrant (temporary) visa categories:
- Temporary workers (H1B)
- Intra-company transferee (L-1A)
- Trainee (H-3)
- Professional under NAFTA (TN)
- Seasonal worker (H-2b)
- Extraordinary ability (O-1)
- Athletes and entertainers (P-1)