Santa Ana Employment & Business Immigration Attorneys
Skilled Assistance with Business & Immigration Laws
If an individual does not already have work authorization, you may need to file a petition so that the individual can obtain the appropriate immigrant or non-immigrant classification, which allows for employment. Depending on the job offered and the individual’s status and qualifications, you may be able to file an immigrant petition (permanent) or a non-immigrant petition (temporary) on behalf of that prospective employee.
At U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP, our expertise in US employment & business immigration laws can make the employment petition process so much easier and help you secure your business’s most valuable human resources and talent.
Schedule a consultation with our business immigration attorneys in Santa Ana by contacting our firm today.
Employment-Based Immigration Matters We Handle
Our Santa Ana employment immigration attorneys have served businesses and individuals worldwide for more than 30 years. We are prepared to provide you strong legal counsel when it comes to your specific immigration matter.
We're ready to help you with employment matters involving:
- E-1 and E-2 Visas
- H-1B Visa
- Obtaining a Green Card via Employment
- Immigration Appeals
- R-1 Visa
- Visas for Scientists Artists & Athletes
- Temporary Work Visas
- I-9 Audits & Compliance
We Serve Corporate Clients
The hiring of foreign personnel is often necessary in this competitive environment and given the complicated regulatory requirements, the process can be burdensome for any human resources department, regardless of size and experience. U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP can provide you with high-quality service without the big firm overhead which means cost savings for you.
Let our Santa Ana employment and business immigration attorneys be your trusted experts and guide you through the process so that you can get back to business.
In addition, since many work visas are tied directly to a specific employer, many companies may not realize that there may be adverse immigration consequences in a merger or acquisition or other forms of corporate restructuring. As part of the ordinary due diligence process, we will carefully review your corporate structure and provide you with reliable advice on the immigration consequences on your foreign employees.
Allow U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP to serve your clients’ employment immigration matters with the same care and confidentiality that you do. Consider us an extension of your firm. We understand the practicalities of billing and cost consciousness and understand the importance of placing your clients in the right hands. Our firm is prepared to handle every referral with the utmost care and will never take our relationship with your firm or your clients for granted.
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El 10 de noviembre de 2022, DHS anuncio que los beneficiarios bajo las designaciones continuas de TPS de El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua y la designación de 2011 de Haití, así como la ...Read More
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DHS announced that beneficiaries under the TPS designations for El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Nepal, as well as the 2011 designation of Haiti, and the 2013 designation of Sudan, will retain ...Read More
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El Tribunal de Apelaciones del 5º Circuito afirma parcialmente que la directiva DACA es ilegal devuelve el caso al Tribunal de Distrito para que evalúe el nuevo reglamento DACA del DHS El 30 de agosto ...Read More