Immigration Sponsors – H1B Visas and Green Card
United States immigration law is difficult to navigate, and properly obtaining a work visa can be very time-consuming. Many companies, who like to bring professionals on-board from outside the country, need to petition the U.S. Department of Labor. Depending on the status of the firm, the type of work visa required, and a multitude of other factors, there can be vast amounts of paperwork that must be filed and deadlines to be met. Staffigo’s team of attorneys will assist you steer through these hassles and help you to secure the appropriate work visa for your employee. This will help you to save a lot of time and money on the work visas. we also provide professionals who are currently on a H1-B visa and looking for an employer who can support them at all time with regards to immigration as well as amazing jobs opportunities anywhere within the United States. Staffigo will help you to connect with top-rated immigration attorneys & lawyers who provide a range of immigration law services for startups to large businesses.
Some of our Immigration Services
H1-B visa is the most common way for employers to sponsor professional workers in the United States of America. It is a non-immigrant visa allowing the employee to work for the sponsoring employer for a total of 6 consecutive years. Their spouses and children (under 21) can legally live in the U.S. on an H-4 visa (although they are not permitted to accept employment). When applying for an H-1B visa, the employer is the petitioner, while the foreign worker is the beneficiary. We provide the employer with all the required assistance in filing the paperwork and meeting deadlines.
H1-B Visa Transfer
Sometimes, professionals working in the United States of America on a H1-B Visa lookout to transfer their Visa to a more reliable employer. We are in a digital age where we tend to google for information. Though it is good, at times it tends to cause information overload and further complicate the process. Our experience in handling H1-B transfers will come in handy to iron out all the complexities and get you through the process within a short period of time. Our professional’s expertise will provide you with the accurate information and rule out all the misconceptions regarding the transfer process.
All foreign nationals who wish to reside permanently in the U.S. require a green card or an immigrant visa, whether or not they intend to seek employment. U.S. immigration laws provide for the issuance of immigrant visas in four general categories: Family Based, Employment Based, Investment Based and Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, known as the “green card” lottery. Our experienced immigration attorneys will prepare and file your case which if done wrong can prove costly and will result in subsequent delays with the USCIS. Accurate preparation of your visa application is quite imperative and our experts will handle this job with ease while you have a peace of mind. Our Experts will also advise you on how to handle yourself at an USCIS interview and what you could possibly expect