Why choose the best immigration lawyer?
If you have secured employment with an organization operating in United States of America, you still require a visa for entry. In fact, provided that you comply with and fulfill some key requirements, you may also apply for the Green Card. While it may sound rather simple, the complexity is inherent in producing requisite documents like labor certification or some form of document demonstrating your employment with the organization, to be provided as evidence. This and other legal matters governing the process make it imperative that you hire a legal counsel who is top of the line.
The immigration attorneys at HesMyLawyer have years of professional experience that enriches their profile as your legal advisor and representative before the authorities. An added plus is the understanding they have of the entire process, making our attorneys and ideal partner when applying for employment based immigration.
If you are now ready to apply, get in touch and our expert immigration lawyers would discuss all legal options you have before you submit your application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Email or call us at your convenience to book you free, first consultation appointment.
Ready to become a U.S. resident?
The immigration laws issued and practiced by the government of United States are strict; the core objective is only allowing entry to people fulfilling the key criteria without causing disturbance to the other residents in the coming times. One straight forward way to do so is to gain employment at a company operating in U.S.; there are several options to gaining lawful permanent residency that one could take.
As an applicant you would fall in one of the following ‘preference immigrants’ categories
First Preference (EB1) are the priority workers; those with extraordinary capability in science, education, business, arts or athletics. You may also apply if you are an outstanding performer as a professor, researcher or hold an executive managerial position with a multinational.
Second Preference (EB2) on the other hand however welcomes applicants who have higher level degrees with extraordinary ability to perform.
Third Preference (EB3) is limited to skilled professionals and workers.
As your legal advisors we would inform you of the documents required for submitting the application for you and your family and evaluate if, in any way, you would be considered ineligible to apply for the same. Our goal however would remain to obtain the most favorable results for you and to make every effort possible to have the visa granted at the earliest possible.
Your free first advisory session can be conducted once you have booked an appointment with us via email or a call, whichever suits you better. Reach out to us today and we would take care of the rest.