Are You Eligible for Business Immigration?
Immigration Lawyer in Cupertino
While often extremely valuable for hopeful immigrant workers, the process
of obtaining a work visa is no less challenging than it is for other visas.
Fortunately, you've come to the right place. The Law Office of Timothy
D. Widman has been preserving the rights of immigrants for over a decade
and possesses a rich understanding of the inner workings of the U.S. immigration
system. We have represented tech startups, small businesses, corporations,
HR staff, and assisted many other entities with their business immigration needs.
No matter what kind of employment visa you are working toward, business
immigration requires a special skillset that many other attorneys simply
don't have. As a talented Cupertino immigration attorney, Timothy
Widman goes above and beyond the needs of his clients, achieving favorable
results when it matters most.
Our law firm welcomes clients from all across Cupertino, San Jose, Mountain
View, Santa Clara, Fremont, Milpitas, and surrounding areas.
What kind of employment-based visas are there?
Each year, 140,000 employment-based visas become available to those who
meet the eligibility requirements. These visas are not permanent, but
they do show that the individual has an intent to stay in the U.S. and
make it much easier to obtain a green card.
There are five different employment-based visas:
Typically, the petitioner must file Form I-140 on behalf of the immigrant
worker. The I-140 petition must be approved and an immigrant visa must
be available before the beneficiary can move forward in the visa process.
In most cases, before USCIS can approve an I-140 petition, the employer
must first obtain labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor
by proving that there is no qualified, willing, and available worker in
the local employment pool to fill the position.
Begin the application process – call today!
The application process can be confusing and even the smallest error can
require you to start completely over. Working with an advocate who is
deeply committed to your interests is the best way to prevent unnecessary
and often costly mistakes. Wh
Call the firm's Cupertino immigration lawyer today to learn more about applying for an employment-based visa!