We create petitions and applications for the occupations and work classifications that allow individuals to live and work in the United States.
These visas are often critical stepping stones to build a business, expand a practice, open an office or bring a top-notch worker to the U.S. because they have particular specialties. We work with many kinds of clients and employers to make this work authorization a reality.
We ask many questions of our clients. In order to provide the most informed counsel, our team has to understand and properly explain our clients’ businesses in order to gain approvals from the federal government. We work with our clients so that all parties understand the kind of burdens that they have to carry in order to gain these work visas.
Our work within immigration is about storytelling.
We have communicators on our team who translate technical and complex ideas on how people work into a narrative that simplifies and explains what people do for a living. We connect how their work is important, how it is of high value and how they can improve the United States. Storytelling is an art and we take pride in being able to weave complicated histories and business realities into a cohesive statement of the economic and professional value of the work of talented foreign nationals.
- H-1B – Specialty Occupation Workers
- TN – Professional Occupations Workers from Canada and Mexico
- E-3 – Specialty Occupation Workers from Australia
- L-1 – Intracompany Transfers of Executive, Managers and Specialized Knowledge Workers
- O-1 – Extraordinary Ability Workers
- E-1/E-2 – Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors
- P-1, P-2, P-3 – Athletes, Support Personnel, Artists and Entertainers in Culturally Unique Programs