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EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION
Harshal

EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION

Are you a foreign national or a company eager to get a work visa in the U.S. or an employment-based green card for yourself or your employee? If yes, note that you’re at the right place. In this article, you’ll be briefed about the types of employment-based green cards and work visas in the United States. Find the best-suited option for yourself or else contact us to get professional assistance from our experienced immigration lawyers. We’re one of the top-notched and highly sought-after firms who devise effective solutions for aspiring immigrants and organizations to get desired work visas and employment-based green cards in the U.S. Our professional immigration lawyers cater to the demands of every case and employ their experience to efficiently represent employers or employees. With us, you can rest assured that your journey to getting a work visa or employment-based green card in the U.S. will be smooth, timely, and barrier-less. Call us now to know more! Work visa services Companies or employers who’re willing to employ foreign nationals in specialty occupations can opt for work visa options authorized by the government officials of the U.S. We strategize and develop plan that caters to your goals and needs for conveniently navigating through the entire process of work visa in the U.S. Our team of experienced immigration lawyers can guide you through the work visa sponsorship process. Let’s dive deeper into some of our expertise in work visa options in the U.S.: Professional Work Visa H-1B specialty occupation work visa An H-1B specialty occupation work visa refers to a type of visa that allows foreign nationals to enter the U.S.A. for work purposes. It permits U.S. employers to employ foreign nationals in specialty occupations temporarily, however, the dual-intent nature of this visa allows the foreign national to opt for a green card. The aspiring applicant's immediate family members including spouse, and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) can apply for an H-4 dependent visa to accompany him/her to the U.S. Our employment-based immigration lawyers have assisted several organizations in the process of H-1B petition and H-1B lottery.   H-1B1 Chilean and Singaporean specialty occupation work visa As per the Free Trade Agreements between the U.S., Chile, and Singapore, the H-1B1 work visa permits around 1,400 Chilean and 5,400 Singaporean applicants to enter the U.S. on specialty occupation every year. It allows professionals of these countries with specialized skills to work in the U.S. easily as the annual limit on its issuance isn’t generally reached, hence, it’s one of the most preferred visa options for the applicants belonging to these countries. The process of application is quite similar to the H-1B visa, though with a slight difference i.e. the visa can be directly applied with a U.S. consulate with no preliminary approval from USCIS. The employer must acquire the certified LCA (Labor Condition Application) from the US Department of Labor. The aspiring applicant's immediate family members including spouse, and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) can apply for an H-4 dependent visa to accompany him/her to the U.S. Our lawyers have full expertise in this visa process and can effectively assist you.   E-3 Australian specialty occupation work visa The E-3 visa is a specialty occupation work visa that is available exclusively to Australian nationals. Around 10,500 Australian applicants gain this work visa every year, thus becoming one of the most opted visa options for Australian nationals due to the lower cap. The process of application is quite similar to the H-1B visa, though with a slight difference i.e. the visa can be directly applied with a U.S. consulate with no preliminary approval from USCIS. The employer must acquire the certified LCA (Labor Condition Application) from the US Department of Labor. The Australian specialty worker’s immediate family members including spouse, and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) can apply for an E-3 dependent visa to accompany him/her to the U.S. We’ve extensive experience assisting Australian E-3 applicants and provided satisfactory services.   TN Canadian and Mexican professional work visa Substituting the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was made which led to the creation of the TN visa which is a professional work visa that is available exclusively to Canadian and Mexican nationals who’re in quest of temporary employment in the U.S. Apart from being the citizens of these countries and bearing a legal job offer from a U.S. employer, the TN beneficiary must be a professional worker in one of the professions listed in the USMCA/NAFTA. It’s to be noted that Canadian TN applicants are visa exempt and they must apply for admission in TN status with US Customs and Border Protection at an airport or land border port of entry, while Mexican TN applicants must apply for this visa with US consulate or embassy. We've extensive experience in assisting Canadian and Mexican TN applicants and provided extraordinary services.   R-1 Religious occupation work visa The R-1 visa is an occupational work visa that is available exclusively to religious workers such as clergy, missionaries, cantors, and religious healthcare service providers seeking temporary employment in the U.S., for up to 30 months (however, the stay can be extended to five years). The R-1 specialty worker's immediate family members including spouses, and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) can apply for an R-2 dependent visa. The applicant can apply for an EB-4 green card to obtain permanent status. Our expertise includes guiding aspiring applicants to attain this type of work visa sponsorship process. Intracompany Transfer Work Visa L-1A work visa for managers or executives To qualify for this type of work visa, one must show shared ownership between the foreign and U.S. companies and it’s issued generally for three years but can be extended to seven years. Before transfer to the U.S., the employee must serve as an executive or manager in a foreign company for at least one year. The employee's immediate family members can apply for an L-2 dependent visa.   L-1B work visa for specialized knowledge workers To qualify for this type of work visa, the employee must possess specialized knowledge about the sponsoring company’s products, services, equipment, or other processes and it’s issued generally for three years but can be extended to five years. Before transfer to the U.S., similar to an L-1A work visa, the employee must serve as a specialized worker in a foreign company for at least one year. The employee's immediate family members can apply for an L-2 dependent visa.   L-1 visa blanket work visa To qualify for this type of work visa, the foreign company must have an office and must do business in the U.S. along with having three or more foreign or domestic branches aligned with commercial trade. Besides, the foreign company will be eligible if it has either $25 million in U.S. annual sales or a minimum of 1000 U.S. staff, or must have been approved a minimum of ten L-1 petitions in the past 12 months. E-2 treaty investor work visa To qualify for this type of work visa, the treaty investor must be a national of a country with which the U.S. enterprise maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation. The U.S. enterprise may sponsor a temporary E-2 work visa to the employee belonging to the treaty country and s/he must possess specialized skills or work as an executive or supervisor. This visa is valid for five years based on the employee’s nationality. The employee's immediate family members can apply for an E-2 dependent visa.   E-1 treaty trader work visa To qualify for this type of work visa, the treaty trader must be a national of a country with which the U.S. enterprise maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation. The U.S. enterprise may sponsor a temporary E-1 work visa to the employee belonging to the treaty country and s/he must possess specialized skills or work as an executive or supervisor. It’s valid for up to five years based on the employee's nationality. The employee's immediate family members can apply for an E-1 dependent visa.   B-1 business visitor work visa Also called a temporary business visitor visa, this work visa type is fit for foreign nationals engaged in temporary business activities including attending conferences, negotiating contracts, or consulting with business associates in the U.S. To qualify for it, the foreign national must have permitted/approved business activity in the U.S. on a short-term basis.   Athlete and Entertainer Work Visa P-1A athlete work visa It’s available to only internationally acclaimed athletes competing in any particular athletic event in the U.S., individually or as a group. It’s valid for up to five years, however, an extension of a maximum of ten years is allowed, in the case of individual athletes. In the case of athletic teams, the initial stay duration is one year with an extension of an extra one year. Coaches, scouts, or trainers can apply for a P-1S visa to accompany the athlete or group to the U.S. The P-1A visa holder’s immediate family members can apply for a P-4 dependent visa.   P-1B entertainment group work visa It’s available to only internationally acclaimed entertainment groups performing in any pre-approved tour, engagement, or event in the U.S., for a minimum of one year. It’s valid for up to one year, however, an extension is allowed based on the itinerary. If the group wishes to stay for a longer duration in the U.S., they may consider consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer like ours who’d review the case and expose them to visa options for further consideration. The other personnel of the entertainment group can apply for a P-1S visa to accompany the athlete or group to the U.S. The P-1B visa holder's immediate family members can apply for a P-4 dependent visa.   Extraordinary Ability Work Visa O-1A work visa for individuals in business, education, science, or athletics People having specialized skills in fields like business, education, science, or athletics can apply for an O-1A work visa in the U.S. To qualify for this type of visa, the applicant must show that s/he has either received highly auspicious awards (like the Noble Prize or others) in the specific field, been a member of prestigious associations, been featured in media publications, or received a handsome salary as compared to his/her colleagues. The O-1A visa holder's immediate family members can apply for an O-3 dependent visa.   O-1B work visa for individuals in the arts, motion pictures, or television People having specialized skills in fields like arts, motion pictures or television can apply for an O-1B work visa in the U.S. To qualify for this type of visa, the applicant must show that s/he has either received highly auspicious awards (Academy Award or Emmy Award, etc.) in the specific field, been successful commercially or critically, been critically reviewed in media publications, or received a handsome salary. The O-1B visa holder's immediate family members can apply for an O-3 dependent visa.   O-2 work visa for support personnel of O-1 To qualify for this type of visa, the applicant must be a support personnel accompanying O-1 prime beneficiary to the U.S. The applicant must add an inevitable element to the O-1 visa holder’s performance, something that cannot be added by any U.S. workforce. The O-2 visa holder's immediate family members can apply for an O-3 dependent visa. Temporary and Seasonal Work Visa H-2A work visa USA for temporary and seasonal agricultural workers Employers sponsor foreign workers for temporary and seasonal agricultural workers through H-2A work visas. It fulfills the gap of labor that is unavailable in the U.S., though the employer must show proof of unavailability along with demonstrating the temporary nature of the position. The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old may apply for an H-4 dependent visa.   H-2B work visa USA for temporary and seasonal non-agricultural workers Employers sponsor foreign workers for temporary and seasonal non-agricultural workers through H-2B work visas. It fulfills the gap of labor that is unavailable in the U.S., though the employer must show proof of unavailability along with demonstrating the temporary nature of the position. The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old may apply for an H-4 dependent visa.   Dependents or Work Visa Holders H-4 dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old, of H-1, H-2, and H-3 visa holders apply for H-4 dependent visas. The stay duration is similar to the principal beneficiary, however, the spouse will be authorized to work in the U.S. only after the approval of the I-140 immigrant petition or post-reception of extension of H-1B status one -year beyond the overall six years depending on a filed PERM labor certification. The unmarried children bearing H-4 status aren’t eligible for work authorization.   E dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old, of E-1, E-2, and E-3 visa holders apply for E-dependent visas. The stay duration is similar to the principal beneficiary. The spouse of the principal beneficiary is authorized to work in the U.S.   L-2 dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old, of L-1 visa holders apply for L-2 dependent visas. The stay duration is similar to the principal beneficiary. The spouse of the principal beneficiary is authorized to work in the U.S.   O-3 dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old, of O-1 and O-2 visa holders apply for O-3 dependent visas. The dependent visa holders can stay in the U.S. as long as the principal beneficiary is staying and they’re permitted to indulge in full-time or part-time study but not for employment.   P-4 dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re below 21, of P-1, P-2, and P-3 visa holders apply for a P-4 dependent visa. The dependent visa holders can stay in the U.S. as long as the principal beneficiary is staying and they’re permitted to indulge in full-time or part-time study but not for employment.   R-2 dependent visa The immediate family members like spouses and unmarried children who’re less than 21 years old, of P-1, P-2, and P-3 visa holders apply for P-4 dependent visas. The dependent visa holders can stay in the U.S. as long as the principal beneficiary is staying and they’re permitted to indulge in full-time or part-time study but not for employment.   Consular Processing and Change or Adjustment of Status The work visa can be obtained possibly in two ways depending on your current location. One is through consular processing which is for applicants living outside the U.S. and the other one is adjustment of status that applies potentially to individuals already residing in the U.S. Both ways carry their own advantages. People go for any one of the options based on individual circumstances. Conclusion At h1bvisajobs.com, you’ll be acquainted with multiple work visa options with their peculiar pros and cons. Our employment-based immigration lawyers are professionally trained and have a good record of attending clients and representing their cases in the courts. We plan and strategize the entire process of application and ensure a good outcome. References https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/employment-based-immigrant-visas.html  
How do I get a lawyer for free?
Harshal

How do I get a lawyer for free?

At times, affording a lawyer can be implausible or a farfetched dream. If your case demands a private lawyer then you may consider hiring one for yourself or your company. But if you seek legal assistance for your relatively manageable case, then you may not be required to spare money on hiring a lawyer. However, there are conditions applied. So, do you need a lawyer for free? If yes, you must be eligible to avail such an opportunity of getting free legal help. Therefore, the central focus on having the eligibility should be your major concern. In this article, your basic queries related to getting a lawyer for free will be dealt with critical attention. Who is entitled to a free lawyer? People who are accused of a crime that results in imprisonment and are financially disabled to afford a lawyer can avail of free legal help as approved by the Constitution. If you fall into this category, you must appear in court to request the appointment of a public defender. The court is entrusted with the authority to consider someone "indigent" with minimal assets and funds to afford a lawyer. Once it’s done, the court appoints a private lawyer who’ll be paid with country funds or a public defender program will be appointed to represent your case. The public defender programs may charge an application fee from you, though the amount will be minimal. However, people with non-criminal or civil cases are not entitled to get free legal help. But notably, there are several legal aid or pro bono programs that offer free legal assistance, especially for the poor or marginalized section. In this case, the income of the person will be taken into account. People with less than 125% income of the federal poverty level will be considered a priority, though people with a slightly higher income may be considered in certain special cases. The second category may include seniors or disabled ones, domestic violence victims, the ones enlisted in the military, or someone having a special case. Their income can be relatively bit higher. While these community-based programs operate on a tight budget and lack sufficient resources, they critically scrutinize one’s case for further consideration and dismiss others who seek help. Types of low-cost legal assistance There are several types of low-cost legal assistance available to individuals who demand legal help but can’t afford the services of a private lawyer. Following are some common types of low-cost legal assistance: Legal aid organizations: There are many states and localities that have legal aid organizations offering free or low-cost legal services to people who meet stipulated income requirements. These organizations potentially help clients with a variety of legal issues, such as family law matters, housing disputes, and public benefits. Pro bono services: A few private lawyers and law firms offer free legal services to individuals who can’t afford to pay for a lawyer. These services are called pro bono services which may be available for a variety of legal issues, but availability may be limited. Legal clinics: There are several law schools and bar associations that offer legal clinics that provide free or low-cost legal services to financially unstable people in the community. These clinics may be staffed by law students, supervised by licensed attorneys, and can help with a variety of legal issues. Online legal services: There are many online legal services that provide low-cost legal assistance, such as legal document preparation and legal advice. These services can be a cost-effective way to obtain legal help, but it's important to research their reputation and ensure that they are legitimate. Self-help resources: Several courts and legal organizations provide self-help resources, such as legal forms and instructions, that can help people with legal issues without the requirement for a lawyer. What is a legal service/aid office? Legal service/aid offices refer to those legal offices that accommodate efficient lawyers (including pro bono lawyers or even law student interns) who provide legal services to poor and marginalized people who’re otherwise unable to afford private lawyers for the conduct of their civil or criminal cases in the court. These lawyers are mostly experienced and self-willing in handling the legal issues that the poor section of society mostly encounters such as eviction, immigration, and employment among others. What is a pro bono program? Pro bono is a Latin term that implies ‘for the public good’ and is associated with the lawyer’s free legal services. There is no compulsion on lawyers to indulge in pro bono programs for the maintenance of their law license, though, the American Bar Association urges their lawyers to dedicate 50 hours each year to volunteer representation of the poor and marginalized section who can’t afford such services. The civil law firm that undertakes a pro bono case may likely be partially inclined towards marketing purposes, furbishing one’s market value in the legal world. As compared to legal service/aid lawyers, pro bono lawyers are less efficient and competent to handle cutting-edge cases. How to find a legal aid office or pro bono lawyer? Finding a legal service/aid office or pro bono lawyer is quite simple in this digital age. To navigate the fastest way to reach out to a legal aid or pro bono lawyer, you must go online. To begin with, you can try out these search queries and see if you find some matches: (Your state, county, or city) Legal Services (Your state, county, or city) Legal Aid Free legal services in (your state, county, or city) (Your state, county, or city) pro bono legal aid Afterward, go to the websites one at a time and check the types of cases that the selected organization mostly undertakes. Contact them all once you find a pre-screening application or an invitation to call the office. Besides, you can click on the following links to find legal help in your area: I Need Legal Help, a page managed by the Legal Services Corporation where you need to enter your address to get the nearest legal aid organization. org enlists information by state encompassing many civil issues and immigration. The free Legal Help page of the American Bar Association includes several information and resources. The Military Pro Bono Project provides veterans, service members, or military family members with a list of useful resources and links to local legal assistance. The list of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers of the U.S. Department of Justice enlists a state’s participating law firms and legal aid offices. Note: Accumulate in one place every essential document such as tax returns, bank statements, pay stubs, and others that show your accurate financial status. What is a lawyer referral service? A lawyer referral service is a program that helps individuals find an attorney who can provide legal assistance for their specific legal issue. These services are typically offered by state and local bar associations, as well as other legal organizations, and they work by connecting individuals with qualified attorneys who practice in the relevant area of law. In general, a lawyer referral service will ask the individual seeking legal assistance a few questions about their legal issue, such as the type of legal problem they are facing and their location. Based on this information, the service will provide a referral to an attorney who has experience handling cases that are similar to the individual's legal issue. It's important to note that lawyer referral services do not provide legal advice themselves, nor do they offer any guarantees about the quality of the attorneys they refer individuals to. However, they can be a helpful resource for individuals who are seeking legal assistance but are uncertain where to start. Types of legal issues you can get help with You can avail free legal aid for several legal issues. Here’s a list of the most common types of legal issues: Family law matters such as divorce, child support and custody, and adoption etc. Housing law matters include landlord-tenant disputes eviction or foreclosure etc. Immigration issues. Employment law matters include termination from a job, discrimination, and harassment, and wage and hour disputes Consumer law issues include bankruptcy, debt collection unfair business practices, etc. Criminal law matters include expungement or representation in misdemeanor cases etc. Notably, the availability of free legal help may vary depending on your location and the specific circumstances of your case, so it's always a good idea to do some research to find out what resources are available to you. Conclusion To sum up, there are several resources available that can offer free legal assistance in case you need legal help but can't afford an attorney. You can contact legal aid organizations that provide free or low-cost legal services to individuals who meet certain income requirements. You can use lawyer referral services that can align you with a lawyer who can provide free or low-cost legal assistance for your specific legal issue. Besides many law schools have clinics that offer free legal assistance to the community. These clinics are staffed by law students, under the supervision of licensed attorneys, and can aid with a variety of legal issues. You can also look for pro bono services or use self-help resources, such as legal forms and instructions, that can assist individuals with legal issues without the need for a lawyer. References https://www.americanbar.org/groups/legal_services/flh-home/flh-faq/ https://www.usa.gov/legal-aid
Do I need a lawyer to apply for US citizenship?
Harshal

Do I need a lawyer to apply for US citizenship?

In the post-modern age when information and resources are handy and humans gear up for better prospects, how far a third party is of any use? Speaking of obtaining U.S. citizenship, while one gets by independently, there are moments when an immigration lawyer can be a stark difference through his/her mere presence. Learn with us when an immigration lawyer is mostly required and when to manage on your own. The naturalization process can be initiated by submitting Form N-400, Application for Naturalization to USCIS. In addition to the form, you must submit evidence that validates your eligibility and the filing fees. These can be submitted online. For those managing the naturalization process with no legal assistance, USCIS provides  N-400 instructions. One can visit the page, follow the instructions, and accomplish the task of preparing for the naturalization test and process. However, the naturalization process can be overwhelming and you might get stuck in between the process. Seeking legal assistance from a lawyer or Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)-accredited representative could be your last resort. While several people offer to help with the immigration process, you must choose only the authorized and qualified lawyer to: Complete your Application for Naturalization Know the suitable immigration options Get your case represented before the USCIS When is an Immigration Lawyer Needed? While applying for U.S. citizenship, you may encounter challenges, and handling those challenges on your own might seem impossible. In that case, an immigration lawyer can help you with his/her specialized knowledge of U.S. immigration law and assist in the following circumstances: If you’ve prior immigration violations Immigration violation including cases like prior visa denials, visa overstays, or inadmissibility issues is a serious scenario from which only an experienced and professional lawyer like ours can help.   If you’re currently out of status in the U.S. Being out of status or living as an undocumented immigrant in the U.S. is a matter of great concern as it multiplies the complexities befalling you, in this case, seek assistance from an immigration lawyer who’ll certainly navigate the best path for you.   If you’ve criminal history If the USCIS discovers that you've a criminal history, your chance of receiving visa or immigration benefits in the U.S. or of sponsoring your family member for a green card will be jeopardized. An immigration lawyer is highly sought-after to get assistance in filing for a waiver of inadmissibility to heighten the chances of approval.   If you’re encountering deportation or removal proceedings In case you encounter deportation or removal proceedings or experience the immigration court system, an immigration lawyer can represent your case in court, assist you by forming a powerful defense, or explore other possibilities to prevent deportation.   If you need to expedite your application An immigration lawyer can help you expedite the application process with the USCIS in case there’s an emergency and you’re desperate to get the final decision on your case.   If you want help to figure out your immigration options Choosing the best from multiple immigration options can be quite critical, in this case, enlisting an experienced immigration lawyer like ours can prove to be a wise decision as s/he helps ensure that you explore all possible options and select the best based on your convenience.   If you’ve a unique case or specific legal queries While every foreign national walk through a unique and special path to citizenship and encompass exclusively different journeys, every applicant will have presumably different queries, concerns, and more. An immigration lawyer can answer your questions and resolve your doubts.   If you need English language help during the process Communicating or reading documents in English can be a bit challenging in case you’ve studied in vernacular or have never been exposed to this foreign tongue, in this case, an immigration lawyer can advocate on your behalf during the naturalization and interview process. Can anyone fill out immigration forms? While you don’t need a lawyer or anyone to fill out your immigration forms, having an experienced and professional immigration lawyer who can review your forms before submission can be the best option. As a naïve applicant possibly filling out the forms for the first time, it’s quite natural that you may make mistakes. Therefore, seeking guidance from an immigration lawyer can save you enough time and money and help you get rid of delays or denials. Moreover, the immigration laws are highly dynamic. It’ll be quite difficult for a layman to keep up with the dynamic nature of these laws and their implementation. An immigration lawyer who specializes in the immigration sector can benefit you, right from assisting you in filling out the immigration forms to ensuring your cordial stay in the U.S. Feel free to contact us. What if my case is more straightforward? Don’t look for a lawyer if your case is straightforward you're absolutely eligible for the benefits you desire, or carry no criminal record or immigration violation cases. You can potentially initiate the immigration all by yourself and independently move to obtain U.S. immigration benefits with no legal assistance from any immigration lawyer. Do I need a lawyer in the interview? Whether you demand that a lawyer accompany you during the interview depends on your circumstances. While it’s not mandatory to ensure the lawyer’s presence, it can be beneficial to have legal representation, especially if you’ve a complicated case or are concerned about potential issues. If you’re self-assured that you can solely handle the immigration process and possess a straightforward case, you may not need a lawyer. However, if you’ve concerns about your case or must address a request for evidence (RFE) or notice of intent to deny (NOID), it may be wise to seek legal counsel. A lawyer can aid you in comprehending the issues in your case and develop a strategy to address them. Ultimately, the decision to hire a lawyer for your interview is up to you. Consider your circumstances thoroughly and then determine whether legal representation would be beneficial in attaining your immigration goals. Conclusion Whether you need a lawyer to fill out immigration forms is a personal choice, however, don’t put yourself in any unpleasant situation. To remain on the safer side, seek legal assistance from a supportive and thoughtful immigration lawyer who has both expertise and experience in the field. At h1bvisajobs.com, we’ve a pool of top-notch, talented, and highly experienced immigration lawyers who’ll assist you throughout the immigration process. Our professional lawyers endeavor to review your forms and documents comprehensively, offer unlimited live support, and personalized interview preparation, and ensure approval or refund. Willing to reach out to us? Call us now at this number ____. References https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learn-about-citizenship/commonly-asked-questions-about-the-naturalization-process  

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