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Employment Visas


We are experts in providing top-notch legal services for Employment Visas to immigrants who seek to work in the United States. Our team of experienced attorneys understands the complexities of U.S. immigration law and is committed to helping our clients achieve their employment visa goals.

Key Highlights of Our Employment Visa Services:

  1. Visa Eligibility Assessment: Our attorneys conduct a comprehensive assessment of our clients’ eligibility for employment visas based on their unique circumstances, such as their skills, qualifications, and job offers in the United States. We provide expert guidance on the appropriate employment visa category, such as H-1B, L-1, O-1, or other options, that aligns with our clients’ goals and qualifications.
  2. Legal Document Preparation: Our team of skilled attorneys prepares all the necessary legal documents for employment visa applications, including forms, petitions, supporting letters, and other required documentation. We ensure that all the documents are accurate, complete, and filed within the designated timelines to maximize our clients’ chances of approval.
  3. Employer Compliance: We guide employers through the process of obtaining labor certifications, prevailing wage determinations, and complying with the U.S. Department of Labor regulations. We also assist employers in preparing the necessary documentation to establish their ability to pay the offered wage to the immigrant employee.
  4. Petition and Application Filing: Our attorneys handle the entire process of filing the employment visa petition or application with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the U.S. Department of State, depending on the visa category. We ensure that all the required forms, supporting documents, and fees are properly submitted to increase the chances of approval.


The specific requirements for an Employment Visa in the United States may vary depending on the visa category, but some common requirements include:

  1. Job Offer: Generally, an individual must have a valid job offer from a U.S. employer who is willing to sponsor their visa.
  2. Qualifications: The individual must possess the necessary skills, education, experience, or qualifications that are required for the job offered in the United States.
  3. Visa Category Eligibility: The individual must meet the eligibility criteria for the specific employment visa category, such as H-1B for skilled workers, L-1 for intracompany transferees, O-1 for individuals with extraordinary ability, etc.
  4. Labor Certification (in some cases): For certain employment visas, such as the EB-2 and EB-3 categories, the employer may need to obtain a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor to demonstrate that there are no qualified U.S. workers available for the job.
  5. Employer Compliance: The employer must comply with U.S. Department of Labor regulations, including offering the prevailing wage to the immigrant employee and demonstrating the ability to pay the offered wage.
  6. Form and Documentation: The individual and/or the employer may need to complete and submit specific forms and supporting documents, such as petitions, forms of evidence, letters, and other documentation as required by the visa category.
  7. English Language Proficiency: Depending on the visa category, the individual may need to demonstrate English language proficiency through tests or other means.
  8. Medical Examination: Some employment visas may require the individual to undergo a medical examination to ensure they do not pose a health risk to the U.S. population.
  9. Admissibility: The individual must be admissible to the United States, meaning they must not have any criminal, security, or health issues that would render them ineligible for a visa.
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