H-1B Visa Attorneys in Woodbridge
A Law Firm with 20+ Years of Experience
The H-1B visa allows foreign nationals to work in the United States on a temporary basis. Although it sounds straightforward enough, the process to obtain an H-1B visa is far more complex and challenging than it may seem. Only specialty workers with special skills in certain industries are qualified for these visas, and they last only 6 years, at the most.
At Yacub Law Offices, we understand how vital it is for some of our clients to obtain an H-1B visa. Since beginning our practice in 1987, we’ve dedicated our time to helping individuals and companies in need of help regarding temporary visas and other business-related immigration issues. If you need an H-1B visa to work within the United States, or if you aren’t sure which type of visa is right for you, we encourage you to reach out to our team for a customized solution.
To schedule a consultation with our team, call (703) 552-5051 and discuss your case with our H-1B visa attorneys in Woodbridge. Our attorneys also speak Spanish for your convenience!
Requirements for an H-1B Visa
To qualify for an H-1B visa:
- Employee must work in a specialized occupation, one that requires a particular skill set, education, or experience
- Employee must have earned a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent
- Employee must have valid job offer from an employer in the U.S.
- Employer must be able to prove that the foreign worker’s skill set is not easily found in the average U.S. worker
The H-1B visa favors individuals who work in technology, medicine, and engineering, though other workers may qualify.
Examples of roles that may qualify for an H-1B visa include:
- Business managers
- Sales managers
- Healthcare professionals
Additionally, those in the entertainment industry often qualify for H-1B visas. To find out if your career fits the bill, we urge you to discuss your unique situation with our firm. We can assess your current situation, your prospective work relocation, and figure out the best solution to help you work towards an H-1B visa.
H-1B Visa Application Process
- First, make sure that the applicant and employer meets the qualifications for the H-1B Visa
- Determine the prevailing wage for the position offered based on the location.
- Submit a Labor Condition Application
- File the H-1B Visa application, using form I-129
- Await a decision from the USCIS
Let Our Attorneys Help You
We know what you stand to gain- and what you stand to lose - if you are pursuing an H-1B visa. Our attorneys understand the intricacies of immigration law, and we keep up with changing restrictions and trends to better serve our clients. We understand how complex and frustrating this process can be, which is why we want to take care of the hard part for you, so you can get working sooner and with as little inconvenience as possible.
Contact Yacub Law Offices to learn more from our Woodbridge H-1B visa attorneys.
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