Our clients have successfully obtained non-immigrant visas at American Consulates overseas as well as through change of status in the United States, including: E-1, E-2, F-1, H-1, H-3, J-1, K-1, K-3 & K- 4, L-1, O-1, P-1, R-1, TN, V-1 and derivative visas for qualifying family members. Below is a brief description of just some of these: H-1B: H-1B status is for foreign workers who have the equivalent of a United States Bachelors degree and have a job offer in a specialty occupation. Our office will assist you in obtaining an evaluation of your degree, or combination of degree and experience, and will determine whether the job officer qualifies for H-1B status: K-1: United States Citizens may petition for their Fiancé(e)s. We will advice you on complying with the requirements and will assist you in defending eligibility through waivers of certain requirements. Once the Fiancé visa is issued, the Fiancé(e) arrives n the United States and the marriage takes place, we will assist him/her in obtaining Lawful Permanent Residence (“Green Card”).
K-3 and K-4: We will assist United States citizens in uniting with their spouses and children and overcoming the delay in processing caused by work backlogs at the USCIS (Formerly INS):
L-1A: Overseas companies that have or wish to establish United States offices may need to transfer executive, managerial or specialized personnel to the United States. This Intra-company Transferee visa enables key employees to be posted temporarily to the United States office:
O-1: Individuals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics, which has been demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim and whose achievements have been recognized in the field through extensive documentation may be granted this visa to continue to work in their area of extraordinary ability:
R-1: Religious “ministers,” including priests, pastors, rabbis and imams, may be admitted to the United States to perform religious work for their religious organization in the United States. This visa may also be granted to other religious workers and professionals.