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Employment-Based Immigration

Each year, thousands of employers in the United States hire foreign nationals to join their businesses and organizations. These foreign workers often bring highly specialized knowledge to their respective fields, add cultural diversity to the workplace and help U.S. employers maintain competitive advantage in the global market. Despite the many benefits these foreign nationals bring to the United States’ economy, business immigration procedures are often complex and the legal processes overwhelming.

Our firm will guide you through the maze of immigration processes, from the hiring to the transfer of foreign workers. With our experience working with all types of organizations and businesses and our vast knowledge of United States citizenship and immigration law, we can help you explore the options for work authorization and assist you with the documentation requirements necessary to obtain the appropriate visa.

Chandak Law Firm, PLLC helps make the employment-based immigration process as smooth as possible. Whether you are a business seeking to hire foreign workers or an individual seeking representation, Chandak Law Firm, PLLC can assist you with your business immigration needs.

There are a variety of employment-based immigration options. The right option may depend on your industry.
 

Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Options

  • Green Card Preference Categories Based on Employment
  • Labor Certification - PERM
  • National Interest Waiver - NIW
  • Special Recruitment for College and University Teachers
  • Schedule A Occupations


Nonimmigrant Visas Professionals & Skilled Workers

  • H-1B - Most common nonimmigrant visa for hiring skilled foreign professionals
  • TN - Temporary visa for Canadian and Mexican professionals
  • E-3 - Temporary visa for Australian professional
  • L-1 - Intra-company employee transfers of executives, managers, or withpersons specialized knowledge
     

Options for Physicians, Nurses, Physical Therapists and other Health Care Professionals

  • J-1 Waivers - No Objection Letters and Waiver of the Foreign Residence Requirement
  • Schedule A Group I Occupations - Green card processing for Physical Therapists and Professional Nurses
  • National Interest Waivers - Waiver of the Labor Certification (PERM) requirement because it is in the interest of the United States


Additional Options for University Professors and Faculty, Researchers, and Non-Profit Organizations

  • Special Recruitment for College and University Teachers
  • Schedule A Group II Occupations - Green card processing for certain aliens in the arts, sciences, and performing arts of exceptional ability
  • National Interest Waivers - Waiver of the Labor Certification (PERM) requirement because it is in the interest of the United States.
  • EB-1 Priority Workers
     

Additional Options for the Arts, Sports, and Entertainment Industries

  • O Visas - Alien with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics
  • P Visas - Athletes and entertainers solely to attend a particular event, reciprocal exchange programs, and culturally unique artists or entertainers
  • I Visa - Representatives of foreign press, radio, film, or other foreign information media
     

The Chandak Law Firm, PLLC assists clients in Raleigh, North Carolina and throughout Wake County, North Carolina.



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