Do You Need An H-1B Visa?
Lacking the appropriate employment visa should not be the reason that prevents someone from getting the job of their dreams. Likewise, it should not obstruct businesses and companies from hiring star candidates with extraordinary abilities.
If you need an H-1B Visa, consult an attorney first. At Stanford Law Office, PLLC, we can help you obtain the right employment documents for your unique circumstance.
Do I Qualify For One?
One of the most sought-after work visas, an H-1B allows foreign workers to enter or remain in the United States for three years to pursue certain occupations. However, because of quotas and the strict requirements, it can be challenging to acquire.
To qualify for an H-1B visa, an applicant must meet one of the three following requirements:
- The applicant will be performing services in a specialty occupation requiring a Bachelor’s degree or higher. (H-1B)
- The applicant will be providing extraordinary services to the U.S. Department of Defense for a research and development project. (H-1B2)
- The applicant will be working as a fashion model with distinguished merits. (H-1B3)
Regardless of your talents, having the right paperwork is still a key part of the process. Your employer will play a key role by sponsoring your visa application and filing a conditional labor application with the Department of Labor. As your attorney, Stanford Obi can work with you and your employer in this process.
Do I Have To Have An Attorney To Apply?
For employers, a misstep in the application process could create unnecessary delays — wasting time and money. For prospective workers, an error could result in a missed opportunity entirely. To ensure that everything is in order, enlist attorney Stanford Obi as your counsel today. Mr. Obi is an immigrant himself and understands your desire to work toward a better life in the United States.
Take advantage of our knowledge, compassion and experience in applying for an H-1B visa. Reach out to us at either our Louisville or Bowling Green location to get started. Call 502-365-4900 or send us your inquiries online.