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IMMIGRATION ISSUES FOR EMPLOYEES

Employee Immigration Visa Lawyer

 

Employees wishing to enter the United States to work and immigrants wishing to remain in the U.S. must understand the unique laws that relate specifically to employment immigration. Many attorneys who practice in the area of employment immigration represent only employers. At the law office of Brian D. O'Neill in Morristown, New Jersey, we also represent employees. If you are in need of an experienced employment immigration attorney, contact us for a free initial phone consultation.

Your employer has certain legal obligations that he or she must comply with when hiring immigrants. Employers are not allowed to take advantage of your confusion surrounding employee immigration laws. Employers must provide you with documentation confirming your employment. They must honor state and federal minimum wage laws. If they are going to terminate your employment, they may have to pay for your transportation back to your home country. We will evaluate your situation, and we will provide you with legal advice that you can use to remain in the United States legally.

 

 

To speak to an experienced employee immigration lawyer about obtaining a work permit or an employment visa, contact the law office of Brian D. O'Neill for a free initial phone consultation.
Tel.: 201-803-2126
Our employee immigration law firm will help you file petitions and applications, when you are seeking to obtain an employment - based visa such as the following:
 
  • H-1B Professionals 

  • H-2 Temporary Workers 

  • J-1 Exchange Visitor

  • L Executive/Manager (L-1A) and Specialized Knowledge (L-1B) Workers 

  • Extraordinary Ability O-Visa 

  • Athlete or Entertainer P-Visa 

  • Religious Worker R-Visa 

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

  • EB-3 Professionals 

  • Petition for Alien Worker (I-140) and an Application for Adjustment of Status (I-485) 

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

  • EB-2 Advanced Degree Professionals 

  • EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Aliens 

  • EB-4 Special Immigrant Religious Workers