Immigration Information For Organizations
Businesses and nonprofit organizations alike often benefit from bringing workers, clergy members and volunteers from overseas to help them realize their goals. There are many options available from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), but the process can be complex and inefficient for an organization without legal experience with immigration matters of this kind. If bringing someone to the U.S. from abroad is important to your organization’s success, it is critical to work with a legal team that can help you through the process.
At Ware | Immigration, we use our more than 50 years of legal experience, our knowledge and our exclusive focus on immigration law to help clients find the solutions they need. We have offices in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as Florida and Washington, and our lawyers provide sound counsel and representation for organizations of all sizes and types throughout the country.
Please refer to our side menu for more information about a full spectrum of immigration tools for professionals and organizations, and contact us to learn more about the appropriate options for you.
Ways For Prospective Employees To Work In The United States Temporarily
There are a variety of nonimmigrant visas and other tools available for employers to bring workers to the United States on a temporary basis. A few of these tools include:
- H-1B visas for professionals working in a specialty occupation
- Individuals of extraordinary ability (O-1 visas)
- TN – USMCA (NAFTA) treaty visas for citizens of Mexico and Canada
- L-1 — intra-company transfers
- R-1 visas for religious workers
- Investors and treaty traders E-1/E-2
Ways For Employees To Stay In The United States Permanently
For organizations who wish to bring someone to the United States permanently, there are several ways to seek permanent residence. Researchers and professors, individuals of extraordinary ability and religious workers all have options, including permanent labor certifications, waivers and consular processing.
Employer Immigration Requirements
Depending on the type of worker or expert you are seeking to bring to the United States and the type of immigration solution you require, there will be a number of requirements and limitations. We can discuss your immigration goals with you to help you determine the best course of action for obtaining the results you need. Once we determine an appropriate course of action, our lawyers will walk you through every step of the process.
Contact Ware | Immigration
To schedule a consultation with an attorney from Ware | Immigration, call 504-830-5900 or contact us online. Providing immigration solutions since 1982.