A lot of foreign nationals want to go to the U.S. for work. Fortunately, an estimated 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas are available annually for foreign nationals and their kids and spouses who are looking to immigrate to the country. You can reach out to the Joseph & Hall P.C. firm’s skilled employment visa lawyer in Avon to discuss your employment-based immigration options.
Employment-based visas include five preference categories. The specific visa type for you would be dependent on your particular job skills and the industry that you want to work in. The preference categories are:
Take note that EB2 and EB3 categories require labor certification, which means that a U.S. employer must sponsor their employment-based visa. This certification confirms that the specific job you are qualifying for has inadequately qualified workers in the U.S. Likewise, it verifies that hiring a foreign national won’t negatively impact the earnings of U.S. employees in similar job positions.
If you’re in the U.S. as a lawful non-immigrant but do not have the authorization to work, you can consider the following options:
How long you’d be allowed to work in the U.S. and the specific conditions you should meet would be dependent on the kind of immigration status that the government will grant you. Most importantly, you should comply with all the terms and conditions of your admission to the U.S. and employment authorization. Otherwise, you could be deported or get banned from re-entering the country.
The law firm of Joseph & Hall P.C. understands the United States offers many invaluable employment opportunities, and our employment visa lawyers in Avon have extensive experience with helping individuals take advantage of these various opportunities. You can set up an appointment with our employment visa lawyer in Avon to guide you through the employment-based immigration visa process by calling us one contacting us online.
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