Simply put business immigration is all about hiring foreign workers for the workplace. Therefore, before an employer begins to look at visa options, the employer must first look at the individual’s qualifications for the job. If the individual has the requisite skills, then the process begins on the normal path as hiring any other worker for the business. Again, the candidate’s resume or background should be screened and evaluated the normal way. Moreover, the job description should never be tailored for any candidate. The candidate or applicant must be coming to the table having those skills listed in the ad or the job description before the interview begins. Do you need guidance on hiring domestic or foreign workers? If so, please contact us today!
The Book Law Group can assist you with all types of immigration applications and petitions. We will analyze your case and inform you of available options, and offer suggest of what’s best for your case.
Immigration through an "immediate" family member who is a US citizen is the most common way of gaining US residency. The term "immediate relative(s)" is used to define certain immigrant relatives of US citizens who include:
For immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, visas are always available, which
means that your family member does not need to wait for a visa.
H-1Bs, L-1s, TN-1s, E-2s, B-1/B-2
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)