When Business Goals Bring Immigration Needs
You may want or need permission to work in the U.S. temporarily or long-term. Or you may be an employer looking for legal solutions for workers you hope to employ from overseas. In either case, you have come to the right place. Work permits for foreign nationals are not always easy to obtain, but a knowledgeable immigration lawyer can streamline the process for you or your employee. Attorney Rafael Borras at the law firm of Law Office of Rafael J. Borras in San Antonio is available to evaluate your situation and recommend the most promising solution.
What Type Of Employment-Based Visa Is Appropriate?
The following are some of the most common business-related and investment-related visas, along with brief descriptions of who may qualify for them. Each person’s situation is unique, so be sure to get direction from an experienced business immigration attorney.
E visas, including:
- E 1 for people of extraordinary ability; outstanding professors and researchers; and multinational managers and executives
- E 2 for people with advanced degrees or exceptional ability
- E 3 for skilled workers, professionals and unskilled workers
- E 4 for workers in special occupations such as broadcasters, ministers of religion and employees of the U.S. government abroad
H visas, including:
- H-1B for workers in specialty occupations
- H-2A and H-2B for temporary workers in agricultural and agricultural fields
If you hope to become a permanent resident or citizen of the U.S. after working in the U.S. on a temporary E or H visa, consult with an attorney as soon as you know this is your plan. San Antonio-based immigration lawyer Rafael Borras has helped many clients fulfill their immigration goals, including adjusting their statuses from temporary work visas to permanent residency.
Contact A Work Visa Immigration Lawyer
Avoid making mistakes or wasting time as you pursue the correct work-related visa. Consult with attorney Rafael Borras at Law Office of Rafael J. Borras. Call 210-761-6589 or send an email inquiry through this website to get the dialogue going. Learn how to document your eligibility, meet deadlines and other requirements, and solve problems that may come up as you pursue the business visa that is right for you or your employee.