Law Offices of Jan Joseph Bejar A P.L.C.
Resolving Immigration Problems In An Honest & Responsible Manner

Posts tagged "Employment Immigration"

Categories of temporary worker visas in the United States

Some people want to come to the United States to work and earn money. In order to do this, they must have the appropriate visa for their situation. There are times when the person knows that they will only remain the country for a specific amount of time. In these cases, a temporary worker visa might be the option that is best for them.

Employers sometimes struggle with employment visas

Companies who need talented workers will sometimes look toward immigrants to fill those positions. Coming to the United States on an employment visa or being able to remain in the country because of one is a big bonus to some of these individuals. It gives them a chance to do the job they love while building a nice life in this country.

Plan for coming to the United States on a work visa

Some people who want to come into the United States do so on an immigration visa. These are available each year in a limited number. For some visas, the person has to have a job here with an employer who has a labor certification. Obtaining that certification is the responsibility of the employer.

Coming to the United States on an employment visa takes time

Some people who come into the United States do so through an employment visa. These are limited in number, so you have to be sure that you are handling things in the correct manner when you are trying to make the move here based on your ability to do a certain job here. We know that immigration laws in this country seem very complex. We are here to help you navigate through them, so you know what you need to do.

Employment visas have some special considerations

Coming to the United States to work can take a considerable amount of time in some cases. Immigrants have things in order when they get to this country. This might not be easy, and part of what they will need must be handled by their employer. We know that this is a complex undertaking, but understanding what is necessary in these cases can help take the stress out of the situation.

Know the basics of immigration visas

Coming to the United States on an employment visa is a complex matter. There are strict limits to some classifications that fall under this general umbrella. It is imperative that you understand some basic points about the program if you or a loved one is considering coming to the country using an employment visa.

5 kinds of employment-based green cards

A worker who obtains a U.S. green card could enjoy the many economic benefits of living and working in the United States, but there could be other, more important reasons for someone to want to live in this country such as family or safety from political problems in his or her home country. Regardless of the reason why you want to obtain a green card, you may want to consider one that's based on your employment.

What to expect on a deportation flight out of the United States

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducts regular deportation flights to send deported immigrants to their home countries throughout the world. The number one stop for these specially-chartered immigration flights is currently Guatemala City.

3 kinds of employment-based visas for the United States

If you want to immigrate to the United States, you might be able to do it in a professional capacity. The United States needs certain individuals with specific skills and abilities, and depending on the need for specific professions, you might be able to gain entry by virtue of your skills, education and experience.

Immigration naysayers wrong about Central American immigrants

There's a growing segment of the American population that is, for lack of a better way of putting it, "anti-immigration." These naysayers who support legislation to make immigration into the United States more difficult have a lot of misconceptions they try to put on immigrants -- particularly Central American immigrants. However, the libertarian think tank, Cato Institute, recently published statistics from a study that proves many of the ideas of immigration naysayers wrong.

Email Us For A Response

Do You Have A Case Or Question?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Contact Our Office

Law Offices of Jan Joseph Bejar, A P.L.C.
3230 Fifth Avenue
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92103

Phone: 619-291-1112
Fax: 619-291-1102
Map & Directions

Review Us
Google Map