US business immigration lawyers Houston

Business Relocation Services

We understand how important are highly qualified workers from abroad in our time. Houston attorneys are ready to assist your employees in obtaining work credentials, licenses, and more. We are always happy to provide online advice and fill out any necessary documentation. And we will always be ready to represent your interests and the interests of your employees. Whether it is obtaining a grant or license, you can always rely on us. Working with us, you can entirely focus on the regular work of your startup, while our lawyers will do everything necessary to make a permit for your workers. At the same time, your company must be officially registered in the US and have a bank account. If all the conditions are met, then you can not worry about the rest and leave it to our Houston lawyers.

Our specialists will consider each candidate in detail and will be able to help with advice on obtaining all the necessary documents. Besides, we will independently fill in all the necessary paperwork when submitting a petition for obtaining work identification papers. We understand the importance of this process for your company, business, or startup, so we always do our best to ensure that all your employees are with a work indictment.

Employment Based Resettlement

If you want to become an immigrant based on the fact that you have an employment opportunity, or if you are an employer that wants to sponsor someone for lawful permanent residency based on employment, you must go through a multi-step process…

EB-1 Classification

USCIS Extraordinary Ability EB1 to Green Card – If you have an extraordinary ability, you are an outstanding professor or researcher, or you are a multinational executive or manager you may be eligible for the employment-based first preference certificate classification. Each of these three categories has certain requirements that must be met as stated…

PERM – Labor Certification

Program Electronic Review Management process and is the latest DOL online procedure for filing a Labor Certification Application (Form ETA-9089). It became effective on March 28, 2005 and all Labor Certifications filed after that date must be filed using the process…

EB5 Policy

The EB-5 is a way to obtain permanent resident status solely through investment in the U.S. The EB-5 investor line was founded by the United States Congress in 1990 to enable foreigners who make an investing in a U.S. business to obtain a green card and become…

H-1B

The 1990 and 1998 amendments to the INA implemented a limit of 115,000 on the persons who may get H-1B in each fiscal year (FY 1999-2000). The IDs decreased to 107,500 in fiscal year 2001 and to 65,000 in fiscal year 2002. The limit of 65,000 per annum remains in place…

Documentation for the emloyees

Our attorneys provide high-quality and proficient legal counsel for people who wish to apply for an E file. Our founding attorney Adan G. Vega is a Board-Certified Specialist in Transmigration and Nationality Law with the State Bar of Texas Board of Legal…

L-1A and L-1B Nonimmigrant certification

The L-1 is a non-immigrant diploma which allows foreign companies to temporarily transfer executives (L-1A) and technical personnel having “specialized knowledge” (L-1B) to affiliates or subsidiaries in the U.S. Executives who qualify for L-1A are also in a position to qualify for permanent residence under the employment-based first preference…

The TN for Mexican and Canadian NAFTA Professionals

Our TN indictment lawyers have focused exclusively on change of allegiance law for over 40 years. Our dedication to migration law allows us to acquire in-depth knowledge of the frequently changing laws and regulations under which foreigners may enter or immigrate…

H-2A for Seasonal Agricultural Work

The H-2A agricultural program establishes a means for agricultural employers who anticipate a shortage of domestic laborers to bring nonimmigrant foreign laborers to the U.S. to perform agricultural labor or services of a seasonal nature. Before the USCIS peregrination and citizenship services can approve an employer’s petition for such workmen, the…

H-2B Indictment – Temporary Non-Agricultural

U.S. employers are allowed through the H-2B instruction to bring internationals to the United States to fill nonagricultural jobs that have one-time occurrence, seasonal need, peak-load need, or intermittent need. The foreign national with the H-2B is permitted a maximum period of stay in H-2B classification of 3 years.   H-2B grant…

H-3 – Trainee Certification

The H-3 nonimmigrant writ category is available for a worker who is coming temporarily to the U.S. to receive training (other than graduate medical). It may be provided by a business entity, academic, or vocational institute. The H-3 nonimmigrant ID category is also available for people who are coming temporarily to…

J-1 Exchange Visitor Sequence

The Exchange Visitor Program was established in 1961 and the purpose of the project is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and of other countries for educational and cultural exchanges. Foreigners can participate in the Exchange Visitor Procedure and come to the country…

Cultural Exchange

Participants in an international exchange program designed to provide practical training, employment and sharing of the participant’s native culture, history and traditions of the home country may qualify for a Q-1 non-immigrant. The employment must be approved in advance by the USCIS.

Temporary Religious Staff

The Moving and Nationality Act (INA) provides a nonimmigrant pass category “R” for aliens proceeding to work in a religious capacity. Definition of Religious Supporters include ministers of religion who are authorized by a recognized denomination to conduct religious worship and perform other duties usually performed by members…

O & Passports for Athletes and Entertainers

O-1: The O-1A Grant classification is reserved for persons with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business and athletics. The O-1B is for those with extraordinary achievement in motion pictures and television production, and essential support personnel. Only individuals can qualify for the O-1 category. In order for a group to…