If you are interested in living and working in the United States on a temporary basis, you may be qualified to apply for a non-immigrant employment visa. While several different types of employment visas are available, obtaining one can be difficult.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our experienced Pueblo employment visa attorneys offer a full array of legal services. We will comprehensively review your case, and determine exactly what needs to be done to get you the best possible results. To get help with your employment visa application in Pueblo, please contact our law firm today.
Step 1: Prepare Your Petition
Before you can actually apply for an American employment visa, you must submit a petition to apply, along with your sponsor. Your sponsor will be your current or prospective employer. Once your petition is approved, your application can move forward.
Step 2: Pay the Application Fees and Appoint an Agent
Next, you will be required to pay all of the fees associated with an employment visa application. You will also need to select an agent. You can serve as your own agent, though for the best results, it is generally recommended that you appoint your Pueblo immigration lawyer as your representative.
Step 3: Prepare Your Employment Visa Application
When you submit your actual employment visa application, you need to be sure that you have completed the application thoroughly and accurately. You will be required to provide extensive documentation along with your application. Any mistakes on the application could lead to major problems.
Step 4: Get Ready for Your Immigration Interview
Finally, the last step in the process is your immigration interview. When you go in for an interview with a USCIS official, you can bring your Pueblo immigration lawyer with you.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our immigration lawyers are proud to serve Pueblo, Colorado and the surrounding communities. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality immigration services to our clients. If you need help applying for an employment visa in Pueblo, please contact our law firm today to request your fully confidential initial consultation.
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