Need Employment-Based Sponsorships?
Guidance from a Garden City Immigration Attorney
Employers are eligible to sponsor foreign nationals to live and work in
the U.S. Whether an individual wants to open up a business or simply want
to work for a U.S. company, they will need to apply for a work-based visa.
Many companies seek potential workers to be brought into the country so
that they can utilize their talents and expertise. As with other immigration
issues, our government requires full documentation and a legal, valid
reason for immigrants to work here. From temporary work visas to permanent
ones, our team at the Kapoor Law Firm is highly trained and experienced
in the field of immigration law. We help individuals seeking employment-based
sponsorship navigate the immigration system in an easy and trouble-free
manner. If you are an investor looking to invest in U.S. companies or
expand your business into the U.S., we can also help with the investor
visa process, as well as any other necessary documentation and paperwork.
Temporary & Permanent Visas
There are a variety of ways for employers to bring workers into the country
on either a temporary or permanent basis. Temporary visas allow people
of foreign nationalities to work a specific job in the United States for
a specified time period. With this process, an employer must fill out
the necessary documents and paperwork, and the visa must be issued before
the worker travels to the country for employment. The process can be complicated
and will require a lot of paperwork and documentation. We encourage you
to work with an attorney to help you minimize mistakes.
If you are looking to work on a temporary basis, we can help you apply for:
- H-1B - visas for individuals of specialty occupations
- H-2A - visas for agricultural workers
- H-2B - visas for non-agricultural workers
- L-1 A&B - visas for intracompany transferees
We can also help obtain permanent work visas as well. When applying for
permanent visas, applicants are divided into five preference categories,
which include priority workers, professionals with advanced degrees or
exceptional abilities, skilled workers, professionals, and unskilled workers,
certain special immigrants, and immigrant investors. There are, of course,
limits on the number of visas granted each year for these categories.
If you are an employer interested in bringing foreign employees to the country,
contact our office
today at (516) 806-4070 and learn how we can help!