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Charlotte Employment Visa Attorney

Employment-Based Immigrant & Non-Immigrant Programs

As an employer or an employee, you will have to jump through a lot of hoops to hire or work as a foreign national in the United States. Fortunately, with the employment visa attorneys from Queen City Immigration Law on your side, you have the representation and resources you need to get through this process.

Benefits of retaining Queen City Immigration Law include:

  • Multilingual staff (Spanish, French, Vietnamese, Polish, and other languages upon request)
  • Responsive, available staff who provide personal attention
  • Well-informed attorneys who embrace innovative techniques and technologies
  • Strategic approaches that promote long-term goals

We have offices conveniently located in Charlotte and Greenville, NC as well as Cleveland, OH. Contact us to set up a consultation.

Employment-Based Non-Immigrant Cases We Handle

Our employment visa attorneys in Charlotte are equipped to handle your case from start to finish, as well as any complications that might arise. Each visa has specific requirements that our attorneys can outline and explain to you in detail. We can advise you as to which visa application will best help you achieve your goals and work with you to file everything correctly.

We handle non-immigrant employment visas including:

  • H-1B: This visa allows U.S. employers to employ foreign workers in a specialty occupation.
  • H-2A: This visa allows U.S. employers or agents to employ foreign agricultural workers temporarily or seasonally.
  • H-2B: This visa allows U.S. employers or agents to employ foreign workers in non-agricultural seasonal or temporary work.
  • H-3: This visa allows foreign nationals to visit the U.S. for specific temporary training in any field, with certain exceptions in the graduate medical field.
  • L-1: This visa allows a U.S. employer to transfer a manager, executive, or otherwise qualified employee from an affiliated foreign office to an office in the United States. This also allows an employer to send a qualified employee to the U.S. to establish a branch there.
  • O: This visa allows individuals with extraordinary abilities in various fields to work in the U.S.
  • P-1: This visa allows individuals to perform as an athlete or entertainer during a specific event or competition.
  • P-2: This visa allows an exchange of gifted artists or entertainers between organizations in the U.S. and another country for performance.
  • P-3: This visa allows individuals or groups to perform, teach, or coach in a program that is culturally or traditionally unique.

Employment-Based Immigration Cases We Handle

In some cases, individuals can come to the U.S. on an employment-based green card or visa that allows them to obtain lawful permanent residence and eventually citizenship if desired. The visas we discuss have specific eligibility requirements that can be difficult to decipher. Our immigration lawyers can work with you to find out what you qualify for and how to go about pursuing the next steps.

The following visas are categorized by preference:

  • EB-1: This visa is given to individuals with extraordinary abilities or acclaim in a variety of fields, as well as to multinational executives or managers who meet certain requirements. This visa category has first preference.
  • EB-2: TThis visa is given to individuals who have exceptional abilities or who will fill a position that requires an advanced degree, such as outstanding professors
  • EB-3: This visa is given to individuals with varying levels of skill, education, or experience, and who will fill a position that cannot be filled by qualified U.S. workers.

Strategic Representation for Foreign National Employers and Employees

Our attorneys can discuss your options with you and help you determine what is best for your situation. We regularly work with athletes, business executives, artists, professors, and those in many other occupations. We help these clients accomplish their goals, whether it be coming to the United States for a specific event or for permanent residence.

Get started on obtaining your employment visa today. Reach out to our law office in Charlotte, NC today at (704) 741-9002 for more information.

What You Can Expect

at Queen City Immigration Law
  • Personalized Service

    No one client is the same. At Queen City Immigration we employ strategies that are unique to your goals and needs.

  • Responsive & Available

    You'll have direct access to our attorneys so you can get your questions answered quickly and honestly.

  • Multilingual Firm

    Our team speaks French, Vietnamese, Spanish, and Polish. Other languages are accommodated upon request.

  • 21st Century Approach

    We leverage technology to give you the convenience you and your case needs to be handled swiftly and remotely.

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