Getting the Help You Need for Your Business to Succeed
As the immigration attorney for the law firm of Yuvora Nong, Attorney at Law, I have the experience and skill to help your business succeed. A common scenario that I have seen involves a company with a shortage of personnel for a certain position. If the employer cannot find able or willing U.S. workers to fill the position the employer can petition for a foreigner through an employment-based visa.
If you are either an employer or employee needing an employment-based visa, you need a Fairfax employment-based visa attorney with experience and skill to help you with the legal aspects of the visa process. I am Yuvora Nong, immigration attorney with the law firm of Yuvora Nong, Attorney at Law. I have helped numerous businesses and employees obtain employment-based visas.
The Employment-Based Visa Process
Many employment-based visas are short-term, non-immigrant type visas. Others, called immigrant visas, allow the carriers to stay for a longer period of time. There are many different types of employment-based visas, each with different processes. These visas include:
- Priority workers (first preference): These visas are for people of extraordinary ability, multinational managers or outstanding professors. This visa is given the highest priority in terms of government processing, and it is meant to help those employers who are looking to hire foreign workers whose talents or training make them indispensable and irreplaceable.
- Advance degrees and exceptional ability (second priority): This visa is very similar to first priority, benefiting employers who need a certain type of worker who has special talents.
- Skilled workers, professionals and unskilled workers (third priority): This is a visa for employees with some special training or education, and is a lower preference compared to priority workers and those with advanced degrees and exceptional abilities.
These are just a few of the many types of employment-based visas. For every type, the process can become elaborate and complex. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor are involved in the process, and there are many legal obligations involved. I have experience with these processes, and I represent businesses and individuals who are seeking employment-based visas.
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I can help you get the visa that you need. Contact me today for a free initial consultation.
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