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Work Visa Application services include:


Consult with immigration professionals to discuss appropriate visa classifications

A realistic assessment of how long it will take you to get a visa

Our participating law firms have mentored thousands of people through the work visa process

If you choose to use their services, immigration lawyers will process your application at a lower fixed fee




FAQ

FAQ

You don't have to hire an attorney, but the state department often challenges and rejects immigration applications because applicants make mistakes because of a lack of knowledge about what is required or what documents are required. If you make a small mistake, correcting your documents can be costly and time-consuming. Immigration lawyers who know how to work with government agencies can help you navigate the various forms and requirements, simplify the process, and create the application documents that are most likely to succeed.
Do I have to hire an attorney to file my case?
You don't have to hire an attorney, but the state department often challenges and rejects immigration applications because applicants make mistakes because of a lack of knowledge about what is required or what documents are required. If you make a small mistake, correcting your documents can be costly and time-consuming. Immigration lawyers who know how to work with government agencies can help you navigate the various forms and requirements, simplify the process, and create the application documents that are most likely to succeed.
Most employment-based visas require employer sponsorship rather than self-sponsorship. In most cases, this means that the employer is responsible for paying the required government filing fee. Immigration lawyers can best explain who is responsible for paying the fees associated with the application process. Our participating law firms can help you simplify processes that can cause confusion. If you conduct a free evaluation with our participating law firms, you can obtain a lower fixed fee on a case-by-case basis.
Must the employer pay for a work visa?
Most employment-based visas require employer sponsorship rather than self-sponsorship. In most cases, this means that the employer is responsible for paying the required government filing fee. Immigration lawyers can best explain who is responsible for paying the fees associated with the application process. Our participating law firms can help you simplify processes that can cause confusion. If you conduct a free evaluation with our participating law firms, you can obtain a lower fixed fee on a case-by-case basis.
There are two main ways to immigrate to the United States. The first is through a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is an immediate family member (parent, sibling, spouse or adult child). The second is to sponsor yourself through qualifying employment with an employer in the United States, although it is less common, but you may also be in a unique position. Each work visa application is unique and depends on your circumstances. Find out what options are available to you through a free evaluation of the law firms we participate in.
How can I get legal status in the United States?
There are two main ways to immigrate to the United States. The first is through a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is an immediate family member (parent, sibling, spouse or adult child). The second is to sponsor yourself through qualifying employment with an employer in the United States, although it is less common, but you may also be in a unique position. Each work visa application is unique and depends on your circumstances. Find out what options are available to you through a free evaluation of the law firms we participate in.

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