Employment Based Immigration

Employment Based-Immigrant

LEGAL HELP FOR IMMIGRANTS LOOKING TO WORK IN THE UNITED STATES

When entering the United States for work, you may do so with either a temporary work visa or an immigrant visa. An immigrant visa is more commonly known as a green card, and it allows you to work in the U.S. permanently. Eligibility depends on your immigration history, education, experience, and current employment. We are happy to work with you and your employer to determine the best outcome for everyone.

Work Visas

The U.S. only issues 140,000 employment-based green cards each year. Obtaining one can be a challenge. One of our knowledgeable immigration lawyers can guide you through the process one step at a time.

These are just some of the visa types we can help you with:

  • EB-1a: For persons with extraordinary abilities in the arts, sciences, education, business, or athletic fields who have achieved international or national acclaim. If you qualify, you can self-petition and do not need an offer of employment.

  • EB-1b & c: For outstanding professors and researchers; or executives or higher-level managers who are transferring from their company’s foreign headquarters to a U.S. office.

  • EB-2: For individuals with advanced degrees.

  • EB-3: For professionals, skilled workers, and some unskilled workers.

  • EB-4: Reserved for special immigrants, such as religious workers, members of the U.S. government, members of the U.S. armed forces, physicians, broadcasters, and others.

  • EB-5: Available for certain foreign investors.

We provide personalized legal services in English and Spanish, depending on your individual needs.

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Case Results

Results That Speak for Themselves
  • Received Certificate of Citizenship
  • Secured a New P1 Visa
  • Released from ICE / Pending Work Permit
  • Spouse’s Green Card Granted
  • Filed I-918 U-Visa Petition
  • Renew Existing I-765 While Pending VAWA & I-48
  • Approved Green Card
  • Approved for Adjustment of Status
  • Secured Green Cards
  • Waiver Approved