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Experienced Business Immigration Attorney

Recent changes in immigration laws have made it more difficult for businesses to obtain H-1B visas for professionals and other H-2 visas for other employees. With the increasing importance of our international economy, dealing with immigration and naturalization matters are becoming more commonplace in the business world. At the law office of Brian D. O'Neill in Morristown, New Jersey, we represent businesses and corporations in all types of immigration matters. Contact us to speak to an experienced business immigration attorney about your employment immigration issues.

Business immigration laws require you to overcome many hurdles when hiring employees from another country. Our firm will represent you in matters before the United States federal government. We will also represent you in employment visa matters before U.S. consulates.

In order to legally hire employees from other countries, you will need to apply and obtain a valid visa. The type of visa you need depends upon the type of employee you hire. We will assist you in filling out the applications to get:

Nonimmigrant (Temporary)

Work Visas

  • H-1 visas for Professionals and H-2 visas for Temporary Workers 

  • J-1 visas for Exchange Visitors

  • L visas for Executives/Managers (L-1A) and Specialized Knowledge (L-1B) Workers 

  • O visas for Extraordinary Ability Employees 

  • P visas for Athletes or Entertainers 

  • R visas for Religious Workers 

  • E-1 Treaty Traders and E-2 Treaty Investors visas 

Immigrant (Permanent or Green Card) Work Visas

  • EB-3 visas for Professionals: Aliens in Valid H1-B Status 

  • Petitions for Alien Workers (I-140)

  • Alien worker Applications for Adjustment of Status (I-485) 

  • ?Schedule A? (20 C.F.R. § 656.15) foreign registered nurses 

  • EB-2 visas for Advanced Degree Professionals 

  • EB-1 visas for Extraordinary Ability Aliens 

  • EB-4 visas for Special Immigrant Religious Workers

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