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Legal Services Provided
- DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
- E-2 Visa – The E-2 treaty investor non-immigrant classification allows a person to enter the U.S. for the purpose of furthering a substantial investment in a U.S. enterprise made by individuals or businesses.
- EB-5 Immigrant Visa
- H-1B Visa – The H-1B classification applies to job candidates in a “specialty occupation.”
- K-1 Visa – The K-1 visa classification is known as the “fiance(e)” visa. It applies to an individual who is engaged to a U.S. citizen, and who wishes to enter the U.S. to marry the U.S. citizen.
- L-1 Visa – The L classification applies to intracompany transferees who within the three preceding years, have been employed outside of the U.S. continuously for at least one year in a managerial or executive capacity.
- O-1 Visa – The O-1 visa classification is intended for individuals with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics.
- U Visa – The U visa classification applies to a crime victim.
- Family Immigration
- Employment Immigration
- PERM Labor Certification
There are several ways to apply for U.S. lawful permanent residence. The most common employment-based method is through the following three-step process:
1) Employer files a PERM labor certification application with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
2) Employer files Form I-140 Immigrant Petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigrant Services (USCIS).
3) Employee files Form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, with USCIS, or alternatively proceeds with consular processing of immigrant visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate.