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DC Work Visa Attorney2018-03-21T06:00:43-10:00

DC WORK VISA ATTORNEY

We are dedicated to assisting you with the employment visa application. Schedule your  consultation with the DC work visa attorney today. 520.248.9139

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TEMPORARY WORK VISA KEY FACTS:

There are various types of temporary work visas. Each is issued for a specific employment activity and for a limited time. Temporary work visas are considered nonimmigrant visas and therefore do not usually lead to a green card.

With a few exceptions, temporary work visas require a job offer by a US employer who will have to file an I-129 petition with the US Citizenship and Immigration Cervices (USCIS). To apply for a work visa, you will require an approved petition. Further, some temporary work visas require Labor Certificate from the Department of Labor. Finally, most temporary work visa categories are limited in annual numbers. To help you decide which temporary work visa applies to you and what your options might be, our DC work visa attorney is available for a phone consultation.

Because you have an option of applying for a work visa abroad or changing your status to a specific work visa status in the US,  it is important to talk to your DC work visa attorney to ensure you are familiar with all of the applicable rules and requirements.

DC WORK VISA ATTORNEY SERVICES

  • E Visas

  • H Visas

  • P Visas

  • P-1A Internationally Recognized Athletes

  • P-1B Internationally Recognized Entertainers/Groups

  • P-2 Performers Under Reciprocal Exchange Programs

  • P-3 Artists/Entertainers in Culturally Unique Programs

  • TN Visas

  • NAFTA Temporary Professionals from Mexico and Canada

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Employment Visa Options for Startups and Business Owners:

Startups, entrepreneurs, and business owners have various nonimmigrant and immigrant employment visa options available to them depending on their goals and needs.

Though there is no specific single class of employment visas under US immigration laws that allow foreign business owners and startups to establish and grow a business in the US, there are certain business visas available to them. Before making any decisions, you should consider consulting with a DC work visa attorney who can provide legal guidance specific to your goals and needs.

Business visas available to entrepreneurs and startups include:

  • International Entrepreneur Rule: This rule has finally taken effect, and entrepreneurs that meet the program requirements are free to apply.
  • E-1, E-2H-1BL-1  and O visas: Temporary employment-based visas that encompass certain future entrepreneurs.
  • EB-1 extraordinary ability green card, EB-1 multinational executive green card, National Interest WaiverEB-5 investor visas: Permanent opportunities for international entrepreneurs who are seeking to obtain permanent residence in the US based on their employment.

Difference between an Employment Visa and an Employment Visa Status

A nonimmigrant work visa is an actual stamp in a passport, which gives a worker various privileges, including the right to leave and come back to the US during the visa validity period. Work visas are obtained at US consulates and embassies abroad. On the other hand, persons who are already present in the US and want to obtain an employment visa have to apply for a change of status to a work visa.

“Status” is the name given to certain privileges you receive once you are in the US. For example, if you entered the US on an F-1 student visa, but upon graduation were offered employment, you will need to change your status from an F-1 student visa to an appropriate work visa status. For instance, an H-1B status. The biggest difference between the “status” v “visa” is the fact that a person who is on the H1B status cannot leave and enter the US. If this person wants to travel abroad and come back to the US, he or she will have to go to the US embassy or consulate abroad and obtain an actual H1B visa stamp in their passport before they can return to US.

dc work visa attorney

Our employment visa lawyer in Washington DC is dedicated to assisting professionals, entrepreneurs, startups and companies with their employment visa needs

We will gladly assist professionals, entrepreneurs, startups and business owners from all 50 states and worldwide. Our Washington DC work visa attorney provides legal representation on all temporary work visa issues and is dedicated to providing her clients the best possible service.

Our knowledgeable work visa lawyer offers a variety of work visa services. We understand that application process can be stressful and complicated. Our job is to provide you with guidance and representation during this complicated process. Our DC work visa attorney will help to navigate you through the work visa application process and assist you with whatever your employment immigration needs might be.

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520.248.9139