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Business Immigration

Current U.S. immigration law allows people who have skills and talents needed in the United States to be admitted to the United States to work on a temporary or permanent basis.

Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visas for Business

There are work-authorized categories are limited by annual levels (for example, H-1B professionals, and H-2B temporary or seasonal workers).

  

Immigrant (Permanent Resident) Visas for Business

There are many types of business immigrant visas.  All categories are limited by annual levels and per-country levels.

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These immigrants become permanent residents — obtain “green cards” — and the indefinite right to live and work in the United States, as long as they do not commit any offense that would render them deportable.

Business immigrants usually are sponsored by a U.S. employer

more than 20 different kinds of nonimmigrant visa names and types. Each is defined by Congress in statute to meet a particular need of the U.S. economy. Some of these visas can be used for employment in the United States, under tightly regulated conditions.

These foreign nationals are allowed to enter the United States for temporary, specifically defined periods of time and in most cases must show intent to return to their home country at the end of their temporary stay.

Nonimmigrants with permission to work in the United States are either sponsored by a U.S. employer based on a specific job offer and must work only for that employer or have work permission for specific objectives. (For example, students granted practical training in their field of study or a scientist researching and working in international exchange programs.)

Most foreign nationals undergo at least two screening processes in order to come to the United States. The State Department Consular Officer decides whether the individual’s purpose in coming matches one of the approved categories, and whether the person meets all other eligibility criteria for admission (that is, they’re not a criminal, have not previously committed fraud, etc) before issuing a visa to allow the individual to come to the United States. Upon arrival, all nonimmigrants are inspected by the DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE to reconfirm their qualification for admission, and to determine the appropriate nonimmigrant classification and authorize a specific length of stay. Some employer-sponsored nonimmigrants must have the  DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE approve a petition on their behalf, based on highly defined criteria, before even applying for their visa.

Some business immigrants may self-petition if they meet statutory criteria for “extraordinary ability” in their field, or if their entry would be in the “national interest.”

Protections for U.S. workers are built into the system. Most business immigrant cases require Department of Labor certification that no U.S. workers are able, qualified or willing to take the position offered to the foreign national and that admitting the immigrant won’t negatively impact the wages and working conditions of similarly situated U.S. workers. The only categories exempt from this requirement are those for individuals who are extraordinary or outstanding in their field or whose presence is in the “national interest.”

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Business Immigration in New York does not have to be a complicated process, but it does mean that you and your spouse or partner will need to make some decisions about the way your life may change if you do nothing at all. One of the best ways to get advice about these decisions and to understand exactly what options are available to you, for your situation, is to discuss your situation with a qualified business immigration attorney. You need an attorney that is strong in protecting your legal rights with your deportation and an attorney that understands immigration law is key in the decision-making process. Our attorneys at Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates, are not only trained in handling simple immigration issues and complex business immigration matters, we take care of complex business immigration issues in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Richmond County, Manhattan and Brooklyn Kings County New York. Prior to meeting with an attorney, it might make you feel more comfortable to do a little research online so that you have a basic background in the options that you have under New York law. Your lawyer will help you understand what your legal options are in regard to how the New York law applies to your specific case and situation.

Call today 1-800-960-1529.

CONTACT A NEW YORK BUSINESS IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY TODAY. Call the Immigration Law Attorneys and, Business Immigration Law Attorneys at the law offices of Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates today for a free Business Immigration case review!

Having the right quality lawyer on your side can make a world of difference in a Business Immigration case in New York. Although it requires you to make a lot of decisions that will have a huge effect on the rest of your life as it changes, finding a lawyer who will work with you, understand your wants and needs, and help you understand how the law can work in your favor can lead to positive results with your immigration case. If you are ready to discuss your business immigration with an attorney in New York, contact the attorneys at the Law Offices of Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates today. We offer free initial immigration law and business immigration law consultations, and we are here to help you through these hard times.

When a person may be removed

One of the most common reasons a person can be deported is for entering the country without inspection in the first place. This can include entering without inspection, such as by stowing away on a ship or surreptitiously crossing a border. It can also include entering the U.S. using fake documents. Even if you did enter the United States legally with a valid visa, you may become deportable if you violate the terms of that visa. Last, a person otherwise in the country legally can become deportable if convicted of certain crimes.

 We are dedicated to your success — so contact us. Speak with one of our knowledgeable Long Island Business Immigration lawyers today from wherever you live in New York in Nassau County, Suffolk County, and Brooklyn, Kings County and Queens County, on Long Island and all New York City boroughs including Bronx, Westchester, Richmond County, and Manhattan New York.

Call 1-800-961-1529 today.

Get Help With Your Business Immigration case Now Be prepared with the proper attorney and the right deportation law and immigration law, law firm behind you.

You should know you have certain legal rights and must be very selective of the business immigration Law Firm that you chose to represent you.

Have an Attorney council you on the Right Decision for You.

Deportation * Immigration & Marriage * Green Card * Green Card through Marriage * Citizenship
Application for Visa * Application for Retention Pardon * Working Visa * Stay of Removal of Deportation
Parent or Spouse Visa * Application for Naturalization * Green Card * Governors Pardon * Kid Visa 

Our immigration attorneys at Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates are experienced in Business Immigration issues, and we will assist you in resolving contentious issues through negotiation when possible to avoid the cost of litigation.  Where negotiation is not possible, our immigration attorneys are adept litigators and will advocate your position vigorously before the court to reach your objectives.  We represent clients in resolving all types of immigration deportation matters in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Richmond County, Manhattan and Brooklyn Kings County New York.

Call today 1-800-960-1529.

Business Immigration in New York does not have to be a complicated process, but it does mean that you and your spouse or partner will need to make some decisions about the way your life may change if you do nothing at all. One of the best ways to get advice about these decisions and to understand exactly what options are available to you, for your situation, is to discuss your situation with a qualified business immigration attorney. You need an attorney that is strong in protecting your legal rights with your deportation and an attorney that understands immigration law is key in the decision-making process. Our attorneys at Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates, are not only trained in handling simple immigration issues and complex business immigration matters, we take care of complex business immigration issues in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Richmond County, Manhattan and Brooklyn Kings County New York. Prior to meeting with an attorney, it might make you feel more comfortable to do a little research online so that you have a basic background in the options that you have under New York law. Your lawyer will help you understand what your legal options are in regard to how the New York law applies to your specific case and situation.

Call today 1-800-960-1529.

CONTACT A NEW YORK BUSINESS IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY TODAY. Call the Immigration Law Attorneys and, Business Immigration Law Attorneys at the law offices of Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates today for a free Business Immigration case review!

Having the right quality lawyer on your side can make a world of difference in a Business Immigration case in New York. Although it requires you to make a lot of decisions that will have a huge effect on the rest of your life as it changes, finding a lawyer who will work with you, understand your wants and needs, and help you understand how the law can work in your favor can lead to positive results with your immigration case. If you are ready to discuss your business immigration with an attorney in New York, contact the attorneys at the Law Offices of Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates today. We offer free initial immigration law and business immigration law consultations, and we are here to help you through these hard times.

When a person may be removed

One of the most common reasons a person can be deported is for entering the country without inspection in the first place. This can include entering without inspection, such as by stowing away on a ship or surreptitiously crossing a border. It can also include entering the U.S. using fake documents. Even if you did enter the United States legally with a valid visa, you may become deportable if you violate the terms of that visa. Last, a person otherwise in the country legally can become deportable if convicted of certain crimes.

 We are dedicated to your success — so contact us. Speak with one of our knowledgeable Long Island Business Immigration lawyers today from wherever you live in New York in Nassau County, Suffolk County, and Brooklyn, Kings County and Queens County, on Long Island and all New York City boroughs including Bronx, Westchester, Richmond County, and Manhattan New York.

Call 1-800-961-1529 today.

Get Help With Your Business Immigration case Now Be prepared with the proper attorney and the right deportation law and immigration law, law firm behind you.

You should know you have certain legal rights and must be very selective of the business immigration Law Firm that you chose to represent you.

Have an Attorney council you on the Right Decision for You.

 

Deportation * Immigration & Marriage * Green Card * Green Card through Marriage * Citizenship
Application for Visa * Application for Retention Pardon * Working Visa * Stay of Removal of Deportation
Parent or Spouse Visa * Application for Naturalization * Green Card * Governors Pardon * Kid Visa

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