Employment-Based Immigration Representation Throughout Florida & The U.S.
The firm of Shane & Shane represents corporations and individuals throughout Fort Lauderdale, Florida and the United States in all employment-based visa classifications. These business immigration clients range from major multi-national corporates to smaller start-up businesses, to venture capitalists, to family-owned companies.
We have expertise in H-1B, L-1, E-2, O-1, P-1, and other business immigration non-immigrant visa petitions, in addition to permanent resident processes such as PERM labor certifications, EB-1 extraordinary ability self-petitions for professional athletes, businesspeople and other outstanding individuals.
Our firm prides itself on being results driven, technologically advanced, and client oriented. Keeping clients informed of the progress of their cases and giving clients electronic access to their office files is a firm policy. We represent businesses and individual around the world, and we’re available for telephone or Skype consultations where necessary.
We Can Help You Become a U.S. Citizen for Your Employment
Do you want to set up a new branch of your company in the United States? Are you interested in attending a conference in your industry? Do you possess a unique talent? Do you hold patents? You may qualify for an employment-based — EB — visa for one of these reasons and more. EB visas fall under the category of permanent workers. Here are a few classifications of visas we can assist you with:
- First Preference EB-1: For people with standout talents in education, business, arts, athletics or science, as well as multinational managers, professors and researchers
- Second Preference EB-2: For workers with advanced degrees or exceptional business, science or art skill
- Third Preference EB-3: For skilled workers or professionals
- Fourth Preference EB-4: For “special immigrants,” such as U.S. Foreign Service post employees, some religious workers, people who worked for international groups and other special cases
- Fifth Preference EB-5: For business investors who put up a certain amount of money in a new venture that will employ at least 10 Americans
Some visa categories will require an employer to sponsor you. Others need approval from the Department of Labor, which certifies your employment situation will not impact other American workers adversely. Yet others allow you to petition for yourself.
We have worked with citizens from abroad to help them through the complicated maze of the U.S. employment-based immigration process. Though we are located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we can help you no matter where you are.
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Why Consult With an Employment Immigration Attorney?
The U.S. employment-based immigration process can be confusing. You must follow a detailed set of guidelines to complete the process. Doing something incorrectly or turning a form in late can result in your application being denied on a technicality. This can have an unwanted impact on your job and your career.
Retaining an employment immigration lawyer gives you peace of mind that you are doing everything you can to get your visa application approved. Our attorneys can help you fill out your application correctly and hit the submission deadlines, as well as advise you on anything you feel unclear about. We have assisted many people in your same position, and we will work hard on your behalf.
Are you ready to secure the visa you need to continue with your career or take it to the next level? Let the lawyers at Shane & Shane, located in Fort Lauderdale, FL guide you through each step.