Often times United States employers cannot find the skilled workers they need among domestic job seekers. United States immigration law allows for individuals with certain skills and/or talents to receive authorization to work in the United States or to become lawful permanent residents if they fulfill all necessary procedures. Application for nonimmigrant visas, including the H-1B, and employment-based lawful permanent resident applications can be quite complex and require a comprehensive understanding of the process involved.
Michigan Work Visa Attorney
I am ready to bring my full understanding of the employment immigration/work visa process to your case. With years of legal experience under my belt, I pay careful attention to details and take a personal approach to each client's situation.
There are several visa options that allow employers to expand their candidate pool worldwide. I can work on many types of temporary and permanent work visas, including H, B and TN visas. It is always my goal that potential employees are adequately prepared for the application process with all necessary documentation, and that my clients understand what is happening at every stage of the process. Because I understand that businesses are often under time constraints, I do everything I can to avoid unnecessary delay or rejections to applications for temporary or permanent work visas.
As a lawyer, I always take the time to understand the business goals at hand, provide clients with all relevant information and work toward the most cost-effective and expedient solutions.
To talk about any aspect of your temporary work visas or employment immigration in an initial consultation, call 313-963-2505 or e-mail Detroit employment immigration attorney Alan Reiter here.