TEMPORARY VISITOR FOR BUSINESS
Assist clients regarding filing B-1 and extension/change of status to B-1.
B-1: Persons seeking to enter the United States for temporary, business-related activities of a commercial or professional nature such as meeting with business associates, traveling for scientific/educational/professional/business conventions, negotiating contracts, conferences, consultations, and participating in short-term training.
Visa Waiver: Visa Waiver Program (VWP) that enables nationals of 35 participating countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business for stays of 90 days
Counseling clients on F-1/J-1/M-1 visa, F-1 status maintenance, CPT, OPT, STEM extensions, home residency requirement waiver.
F-1: Full-time student at accredited college, university, among others. Off-campus employment under CPT, OPT, STEM OPT
J-1: State Department's exchange visitor program for students, scholars, foreign medical graduates, among others
M-1: Students in vocational or other nonacademic programs
Assist clients in filing petitions for nonimmigrant workers (executives, professionals, athletes and religious workers)
L-1: Intracompany Transferee Executive Manager (L-1A) or Intracompany Transferee Specialized Knowledge (L-1B)
H-1: Specialty occupations for employees with a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
O: Persons of extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, education, business, or athletics
P: Performers, internationally recognized athletes
R: Religious workers
Assist clients in filing petitions for permanent workers including persons of extraordinary ability and investors.
EB-1: Persons of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, or multinational executive/manager
EB-2: Person with advanced degree, exceptional ability or persons seeking National Interest Waiver
EB-3: Skilled workers, professionals and other workers
EB-4: religious workers, derivative beneficiaries, broadcasters, among others
EB-5: investors, entrepreneurs
Assist clients in gaining permanent residency status.
Employment-Based: Employer sponsors the employee and intends to hire long-term
Family-Based: Immediate relative of U.S. citizen, fiance of U.S. citizen
Assist clients in applications for naturalization.
Naturalization: Assist clients in determining eligibility for naturalization and file applications for naturalization.
Parent-Based: Counseling regarding eligibility for citizenship through parents