Each year, a number of U.S. companies must bring in skilled and specialist workers from other countries in order to meet the needs of their business. However, the laws and regulations governing this process are beyond complex, and each year, more and more people are vying to take the same number of spots.
If you are an employer or individual seeking to hire a foreign worker, our attorneys can help answer any and all questions and handle the process for you so that you can continue to run your business as smoothly as possible. Contact us today at our Kalamazoo County office to find out more.
One option is applying for permanent residence by filing for a labor certification with the Department of Labor. This is available for individuals who:
Temporary work visas are also available for a number of workers each year by filing for petitions with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. These categories include those who fall into a number of visa categories, including:
Our firm consists of a number of attorneys who have been helping businesses large and small, as well as individuals, handle the most challenging immigration issues. Contact us today at our Kalamazoo office to arrange for a free consultation and find out more.
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