Resolving Immigration Issues For Employers And Employees
Working in the United States provides many opportunities for hardworking people around the world. Employment-based immigration helps businesses and organizations in the U.S. recruit from a global talent pool. While employment-based immigration may seem straightforward, it often proves to be a complicated process. Aside from submitting the proper forms, it requires cooperation between the employer, employee and certain government agencies. Without help, this process can take longer than it should, resulting in detrimental delays for both businesses and employees.
The experienced immigration attorneys at McClain Law Group, PLLC, can help employers and employees get through the employment visa process so that both parties can focus on essential business matters. With years of helping clients navigate employment visas nationwide and abroad, you can trust the knowledge and experience of our immigration attorneys.
Helping Employers And Employees With The Visa Process
Foreign nationals can work in the United States through various work visas, depending on their situation and job qualifications. We commonly represent employers and employees with EB-1 and EB-2 visas. EB-1 visas apply to foreign workers who exhibit extraordinary abilities in the sciences, arts, business or athletics. EB-2 petitions require foreign workers to hold advanced degrees in their professions. We also assist people with pursuit of H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, L-1, O-1, P-1, E-1, E-2, and E-3 visas.
Some of the specific professional visas we have direct experience with include:
- Healthcare visas (H-1B, EB-1s, EB-2s, O-1s, NIW)
- University visas (H-1Bs, EB-1s and EB-2s)
- Sports professional visas (O and P visas, EB-1s)
Our attorneys also represent employers with EB-3 petitions for employees who are professionals, skilled workers and others. Our attorneys have experience representing employers and employees in filing National Interest Waivers when it is in the national interest of the United States to waive the labor certification requirement before filing immigrant petitions.
We Can Help You Reach Your Goals
When you meet with our attorneys at McClain Law Group, PLLC, we will discuss your goals and circumstances to determine the best path forward to obtain your employment visa. We provide experienced representation while ensuring that we are communicating with our clients so that they are informed every step of the way. Contact us today at 502-589-1004 in Louisville, Kentucky, or 561-717-4035 in Boca Raton, Florida, or online to schedule a consultation and discuss your case.