Business & Employment Immigration
If you are moving to the US conduct business or secure employment, we can help you navigate the immigration process
Globalization of the economy has caused significant changes in how we work and conduct business. In some cases, all it takes is a few conference calls to keep a project halfway around the world on the right track. However, in many other cases companies need to send professionals to the United States, either to manage projects or to provide hands on technical support to ensure the projects go off without a hitch. Considering that international projects and business dealings can go on for months or years, it is important to ensure that any professionals sent to the US have the appropriate permissions they need to stay in the country and see the project through.
At The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates, we help American businesses and foreign nationals get the missions they need to facilitate business and employment-based immigration.
The Law is Complicated—Let Us Make It Simple
The law is complicated enough when it comes to your average immigrant situation. But when you start to explore the world of business and employment-based immigration, things can get even more complicated and confusing.
From statutes governing how companies must sponsor immigrants to work in the United States to understanding the implications of violating American immigration law, there is a lot to consider. Fortunately, the caring legal team at The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates is here to help you understand your rights and options and handle all the paperwork for you.
We can explain the many different legal categories that professionals who enter the US to gain employment or start a business may fall under, such as:
- Student visitors
- Permanent workers
- Temporary workers
- Temporary visitors of business
Depending on which employment category you are dealing with, there will be different deadlines, restrictions, and requirements to consider. We can help you understand the amount of time each type of immigrant is allowed to work in the US, how long they have to apply for permanent resident status, and other factors.
Hire an Attorney Who Knows Business and Employment-Based Immigration Law
Your career and/or your business is much too important to put into the hands of an inexperienced attorney. Drawing on our 15+ years of experience, The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates can provide the superior quality information and assistance you need to make your business venture a success. Our team of bilingual business and employment immigration attorneys will immediately put you at ease and provide personalized representation and attention. We can handle your entire case in English or Spanish as you prefer.
Contact our office at (800) 497-0018 today for a consultation.