Certain visas may be obtained by individuals who wish to immigrate to the United States for work purposes. This particular kind of visa is subdivided into categories based on the type of work you will be doing while in the states. Sometimes, these visas can be long-term; other times, they are merely granted on a short-term basis. Your specific circumstances will determine your eligibility for employment-based immigration. At Avalos & Associates, P.C., our Richmond employment immigration lawyer can guide you through the steps necessary to give you the best possible chance at successfully immigrating to the United States.
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In certain circumstances, your job may only qualify you for a temporary work visa. Even if your job is only temporary, you will require your employer to sponsor you, in order to qualify for a visa. In addition to guiding you through the application for these visas, our immigration law firm can also provide guidance and information about how to obtain visas for your spouse and children, while you are working in the United States.
We help with all aspects of temporary employment-based immigration visas, including:
You may qualify for a permanent work visa if your job fits one of the five "Permanent Worker Visa Preference Categories," as outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor.
These five categories are:
Our Richmon, TX employment immigration attorney can guide you through the steps necessary to complete the required petition, counseling you as to whether you need an employer to sponsor you, and advising you as to your tax obligations as a permanent worker in the United States.
Request a consultation today by calling our Richmond immigration lawyer at (832) 462-7530.