Many people come to the United States for employment opportunities, though the immigration process to do so is far from simple. Whether you are a company seeking to hire a foreign national or someone wanting a visa to come and work, you should always have the guidance of Bridgeport employment-based immigration attorneys from Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC.
Under United States immigration law, there are different categories of immigrant employment visas, as well as different types of temporary work visas for non-immigrants. If you are coming to work for a fixed period of time, such as for a seasonal position, you would apply for one of the following, depending on your situation:
Some of these visas require the employer to first obtain work certification from the Department of Labor before visas can be issued. There are also limitations on certain types of temporary employment visas that might apply to your situation.
If you are seeking a long-term tenure working in the United States, the law has five classifications of immigrant employment-based visas. Individuals with the following visas can be eligible for permanent residency:
The legal team of Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC can identify whether you qualify for a certain visa and what you need to show for a successful application. Contact us with any questions about employment-based immigration today.
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