Employment

Peter helps individuals determine and process the most appropriate visa category to stay in the United States for employment or other business-related reasons.

There are many ways in which a person may be able to work in the United States.  Individuals may be authorized to accept employment under the appropriate immigration classification. Clients benefit from Peter’s expertise in applying the law to an individual’s circumstances so that they may lawfully accept employment in the United States.

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Below is a list of immigration matters handled related to employment immigration for individuals:

  • Temporary (Non-Immigrant) Visas

    • Temporary Visitor for Business (B-1)
    • Treaty Traders (E-1)
    • Treaty Investors (E-2)
    • Foreign Government Officials to International Organizations (G)
    • Specialty Occupation Workers (H-1B)
    • Nurses (H-1C)
    • Temporary Agricultural Worker (H-2A)
    • Temporary worker: skilled and unskilled (H-2B)
    • Trainee (H-3)
    • Foreign Media Representatives (I)
    • Exchange Visitors (J-1)
    • Intracompany Transferee (L-1)
    • Trade visas for Canadians and Mexicans (TN)
    • Extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, or Athletics (O-1)
    • Individual or team athletes (P-1)
    • Entertainment groups (P-1)
    • Artists and entertainers (P-2)
    • International cultural exchange visitors (Q-1,2,3)
    • Religious workers (R-1)
    • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Permanent Residence (Employment-Based Immigrant Status)

    • Persons of “extraordinary ability”
    • Persons in the “national interest”
    • Exceptional researchers or professors
    • Professionals with advanced degrees
    • Persons with “exceptional ability”
    • Skilled workers
    • Professionals
    • “Other workers”
    • “Special immigrants”
    • Certain retired international organization employees
    • Certain unmarried sons or daughters of an international organization employee
    • Certain spouses of a deceased international organization employee
    • Employment creation investors