Los Angeles Employment-based Immigration Lawyer
Work Visa Attorney Serving Los Angeles
Every year, there are thousands of employment opportunities for individuals to come to the U.S. If you are interested in living and working here in the United States, or you are currently trying to sponsor an employee to join your company, our firm can help. At Arnaout Immigration Law Firm, we help individuals secure both temporary visas and permanent green cards through employment opportunities. Whether you are coming for a short period of time or wish to immigrate, we are here to assist you.
There are many different types of work visas which may be right for your situation, including:
- Treaty trader visas
- Treaty investor visas
- Temporary specialty worker visas
- Temporary worker visas
- Intra-company trainee visas
- Temporary trainee visas
- Immigrant visas
- Non-immigrant visas
Temporary Employment & Non-Immigrant Visas
Have you been offered a temporary employment position where your employer will file a petition on your behalf? Our firm is well-versed in the various types of non-immigrant visas, which are available to individuals like yourself who wish to come to the United States for temporary work.
Our Los Angeles employment based immigration attorney can help you explore your options and determine which is right for you. You should never try to come to the U.S. illegally without the proper paperwork, as you will likely live in fear of being caught even if you are not deported. We are here to help guide you through the complex process of seeking a non-immigrant visa.
Permanent Employment Immigration
Applying for a permanent immigration visa is slightly different than the process for obtaining a non-immigrant visa. Your intended employer will need to have specific certifications in order to submit a petition for you. Depending on your category of position and skills, you may be able to obtain a special employment-based visa for skilled workers or persons of extraordinary abilities. Our Los Angeles employment immigration attorney can provide legal guidance when filing the petition.