Employment Immigration Attorneys in California
When seeking employment-based permanent residency, many guidelines must be followed. An experienced immigration law firm can help businesses, professionals, and investors learn about and prepare for the sometimes confusing United States immigration process. Our immigration lawyers will take the necessary steps to ensure that everything is in order for to successfully secure an employment-based (EB) Visa.
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The immigration experts at the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth provide a range of services for immigrants seeking to live and work in the United States on a work visa. We offer free consultations, during which we can clear up any concerns or confusion with the United States immigration system. If you are unsure about which avenue to pursue immigration to the U.S., we can help determine which route offers the greatest chance of success. From the moment you begin your immigration journey,
Our employment immigration legal services include all five EB visa preference categories.
For potential immigrants who have received international recognition for their work in art, athletics, business, education, or science. Sometimes known as the Genius Visa.
Educators and researchers excelling in their field of expertise and have a job offer in higher education can apply for this category of EB-1.
Executives and managers with a job offer at an affiliated company in the United States can seek this visa.
Immigrants who have a Masters or Doctorate degree or a Bachelor’s degree with five years of experience and have a job offer in the U.S. can pursue an EB-2 visa.
For immigrants with extraordinary expertise in art, business, or science and have a job offer in the U.S.
Immigrants who meet certain criteria and are able to demonstrate that working in the United States is within the national interest.
For immigrants who have a job offer that requires a Bachelor’s degree can apply for this visa.
A visa for immigrants who have a job offer that requires two years of experience or job training.
EB-3 visa preference category for permanent, full-time positions that do not require a certain level of education or training.
Applicants for EB-2 and EB-3 visas require Program Electronic Review Management (PERM) Labor Certification.
Immigrants meeting special criteria can obtain an EB-4 visa.
Immigrants seeking to invest in businesses that creates jobs in the United States can apply for an EB-5 visa.
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Since 1984 our immigration law firm has been helping immigrants from all over the world secure employment-based green cards to live and work legally in the United States. The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth is focused on helping clients achieve their immigration goals by providing dedicated, comprehensive immigration legal help. If you or a loved one has a job offer in the United States, our immigration attorney can help you secure permanent residence.