Employment visas are designed for individuals who would like to live and work in the U.S. on a temporary basis. For the most part, employment visas are non-immigrant visa, those that typically can be renewed. There are many different types of employment visas available. To obtain one, an applicant must be able to meet strict eligibility requirements. At Joseph & Hall P.C., our top-rated Denver employment visa attorneys provide comprehensive immigration law services to people looking to work in the United States. If you need assistance with your employment visa petition in Denver County, Colorado, we are standing by, ready to help.
Step 1: File Your Petition: The first step in applying for an employment visa is submitting your petition. This petition must be submitted in conjunction with your U.S.-based sponsor (your employer). You will not be able to move forward in the employment visa application process until your petition has been approved by federal immigration officials.
Step 2: Pay the Fees and Select a Representative: Once your employment visa petition is approved, you need to pay the application fees and select an official representative. While you have the legal right to serve as your own representative, it recommended that you select a qualified Denver employment visa attorney.
Step 3: Submit Your Employment Visa Application: The most important step of the process is preparing your actual employment visa application. This application must be completed thoroughly, accurately, and with all supporting documents included. Small mistakes could result in your employment visa being substantially delayed or even rejected.
Step 4: Get Ready for the Interview: Finally, you should prepare for an interview with a U.S. immigration official. If you are going in for an immigration interview, you can (and should) be accompanied by your Denver immigration attorney.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., we have been Colorado’s leading immigration law firm for nearly twenty years. Our Denver immigration law attorneys have extensive experience handling cases involving all types of employment visas. To find out more about how we can help you, please do not hesitate to contact our team today.
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