You may be eligible to obtain an American employment visa. Work visas are non-immigrant visas that are issued on a temporary basis to qualified applicants. Similar to other aspects of the American immigration system, the employment visa application process is complex.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Laramie employment visa lawyers have the skills and experience to protect your best interests. We can help you navigate the immigration application process. If you are applying for a work visa in Wyoming, please do not hesitate to contact our legal team for immediate assistance.
If you are applying for an employment visa, it is crucial that you select a visa that is appropriate for your specific qualifications. In some cases, you may actually be eligible to apply for multiple work visas. Our Laramie, WY employment visa lawyers are prepared to help you with any of the following:
Once you have selected the appropriate employment visa, you should get ready for the application process itself. Before you obtain a work visa, you must first submit your petition to apply. This petition must be submitted with your American sponsor (your employer). Next, you will be required to pay your application fees. At this point in the process, you have the right to select an agent. While you can serve as your own agent, it is recommended that you appoint your Laramie, WY employment visa attorney to act as your representative.
After you submit the final employment visa application package, you will be asked to sit for an interview with a federal immigration official. You have the legal right to bring your Wyoming immigration lawyer with you to this interview. If at any stage of the process, you run into any problems or hurdles, it is imperative that you have a qualified legal representative by your side. Your immigration lawyer can help you overcome obstacles and get the best possible results.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., we are proud to be immigration law specialists. Our Laramie employment visa lawyers have decades of experience successfully representing clients in Albany County, Wyoming. To get immediate assistance with your employment visa case, please contact our law firm today.
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