Assisting Employers And Employees Navigate Immigration Laws
Moreno, LLP Attorneys at Law is a valuable resource for both employers and employees who seek information and help with employment-based visas, including:
- E-1 treaty trader visas for citizens of countries that have a treaty of commerce and navigation with the United States
- E-1 dependent visas, for employees, spouses and unmarried children (younger than age 21) of E-1 treaty trader visa holders
- E-2 treaty investor visas for eligible international entrepreneurs
- E-2 visas for employees, spouses and unmarried sons and daughters (younger than age 21) of E-2 treaty investors
- H-1B visas for people in specialty occupations, providing services of exceptional merit and ability
- H-4 visas for spouses and children (under age 21) of H-1B visa holder
- H-2A visas for temporary or seasonal agricultural workers
- H-2B for temporary nonagricultural workers
- L-1A intracompany transferee executives moving from an affiliated foreign office to an office in the United States
- L-1B intracompany transferee visa for professional employees, from affiliated foreign offices, with specialized knowledge relating to an organization’s interests
- TN visas for Canadian and Mexican NAFTA professionals
Our attorneys have extensive experience helping clients obtain appropriate work-related visas, including all of the above and others, such as R employment visas for religious workers. We also help ensure I-9 compliance by both employees and employers, confirming U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) a worker’s authorization to accept employment in the U.S.
Maximize Your Chances Of Success
Perhaps you are a foreign national hoping to work in the U.S., and your American employer plans to submit your immigration documents on your behalf. We would encourage you to explain to the employer the importance of consulting with a knowledgeable immigration lawyer. It is easy for people to make mistakes that can ruin your chances of approval of an employment-based visa.
Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys regarding any aspect of employment-based visas such as:
- Statutory and regulatory compliance with all requirements: We help clients ensure fulfillment of every government request for detailed information.
- Support letters: We can draft support letters appropriate to your background and employment objectives.
- Related taxation issues: We can advise you on areas to be aware of as you prepare to work in the U.S.
Call 317-822-9900 or email us to schedule a consultation. We accept credit cards and offer after-hour appointments as necessary. We accommodate clients who speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Arabic. Se habla español.