We make the process of obtaining a work visa as easy as possible on you
United States immigration law permits foreign workers to spend time in the US applying their unique skills on projects performed by American based companies. Unfortunately, many foreign born workers, as well as their sponsoring companies, do not understand the process for acquiring work visas.
At The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates, we help both American employers and foreign born employees obtain work visas. Although the primary goal of work visas is to foster economic growth, sometimes earning a work visa can lead to permanent resident status for foreign born workers.
An Overview of a Work Visa
Work visas are temporary documents that allow foreign born workers to stay in the United States for a specified period. Every type of work visa requires employers to submit a petition to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Before you apply for a temporary work visa at a United States embassy or consulate, your employer must first file Form I-129.
Our law firm handles every type of work visa application, with H-1B visas representing one of the most frequent types of work visas we help our clients acquire. The United States government issues H-1B work visas to foreign workers that have specialized skills, such as technical skills many companies cannot draw from their own workforces. We provide legal services for foreign born teachers, attorneys, and engineers who have developed working relationships with American companies.
Expedite Your Work Visa Application
At The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associate, we understand that foreign workers and American companies have a limited amount of time to complete projects requiring specialized skills. We encourage our clients to initiate the work visa application process long before a project is scheduled to begin in the United States. Alejo Lugo has followed changes in immigration law closely for more than 15 years to ensure our clients file timely paperwork and submit work visa applications before United States immigration law deadlines.
Do not get left hanging because your employer has not submitted work visa documents on time. Contact The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates for help. Our bilingual law office can handle your case from start to finish in English or Spanish.