Immigrating to the United States for work either permanently or temporarily involves a complex application process full of hurdles and potential delays in vying for very few allotted spots. Working with an employment immigration attorney to complete the process can make all the difference.
Our Portage employment immigration attorneys have worked with a number of individual and corporate clients over the years to actualize these needs. Contact our office today for a free consultation to find out more.
The process of applying to become a permanent resident/worker can be long and complex. In general, this is the timeline of events for this option:
The regulations under the Immigration and Nationality Act divide immigrant visas into five preference groups based on skills, including:
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