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-“If you want to easily recruit and retain foreign talent in your company for a specialized position, or if you are an employer wanting to minimize your hassles in obtaining visas for your employees…
…you are in the right place.”
We know that recruiting and retaining global talent is critical to maintaining your company’s competitive edge. We also understand that you may not know enough about the immigration process and want to hire someone you can trust to do it right. At Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, we enable companies to secure their global talent by providing them with the best legal counsel for their immigration needs. We represent employers of various sizes throughout several key industries. We have represented multi-national corporations, universities, hospitals and small businesses alike. We make it possible for our clients to secure work visas for their employees and their employees’ families.
While more than 40% of immigration applications are delayed or denied, we have one of the highest approval rates in the industry, with only about 1% of our visa cases that have been denied by USCIS*. Employment-based sponsorship of visas for global talent is a complicated process that requires highly trained and knowledgeable legal counsel. With more than 35 years of combined immigration law experience, we are the experts in this area. We have a fantastic track record in obtaining the best results for our clients, and you can depend on us.
What Are Work Visas?
Every person who is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States will need separate authorization from the immigration authorities in order to work in the United States. Non-immigrant work visas are meant to grant the applicant a limited amount of time to live and work in the United States. For the majority of work visas, applicants must prove that they have no intention of being in the United States indefinitely and intend on returning to their home country or last country of residence when the work visa expires.
All work visas require employer sponsorship and a petition to be filed with the appropriate government agency. In some cases, multiple government agencies are involved. Each work visa is employer-specific, meaning the employee will not be able to move to another employer unless he or she has authorization to work for the other employer. In addition, many work visas are also job-specific, so any change in the position’s duties will have to be approved by the immigration service.
How our Immigration Lawyers Can Help You.
Our immigration lawyers will help you prepare for the future and advise you on the best ways to meet your goals for your professional team. We always take into account our clients’ short-term and long-term goals when advising them on their business immigration needs. As mentioned previously, non-immigrant work visas are highly nuanced with very specific provisions. Filing for the wrong visa can greatly impact a foreign national’s eligibility for future immigration status in the U.S. Filing incomplete applications or with errors and inconsistencies will get the application delayed or denied. This can affect your bottom line. Therefore, it is important for you to have a good immigration lawyer on your team that will create customized immigration solutions to best suit your needs.
If you are looking for immigration attorneys that will provide quality, proactive representation and will keep you well-informed throughout the process, call us today. We can help you take care of all paperwork and regulatory immigration issues so you can focus on building your team and business. Our immigration attorneys have helped hundreds of employers secure the right work visas for their employees, and we will work hard to help you obtain the best results for your company.
Our experienced immigration lawyers can assist you with the following:
- H-1B for employees in specialty occupations in fields requiring specialized knowledge.
- L-1 for intra company transfers of managers, executives or employees with specialized knowledge.
- E-1 /E-2 for treaty traders or treaty investors.
- E-3 for Australians who are employees in specialty occupations in fields requiring specialized knowledge.
- J-1 for trainees or interns.
- TN for NAFTA professional workers from Mexico or Canada.
- O-1 for foreign nationals with extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business or athletics.
- P-1 for performing athletes, artists or entertainers.
- R-1 visa for religious workers.
*Disclaimer: prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.