All aspects U.S. Immigration, Visa, and Global Mobility:
- Employment-based Immigration
- Green Card Through a Job Offer:
- EB-1 Extraordinary Ability (possible even without job offer)
- Individuals with Extraordinary Ability (self-petition, possible even without job offer)
- Multinational Manager or Executive
- Outstanding Professors and Researchers
- EB-2: Advanced Degree Professional (professionals with U.S. or U.S. equivalent Master’s degree or higher, or Bachelor degree + 5 year of related experience) or Exceptional Ability (if you have exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business). EB-2 (NIW) Self-petition possible without job offer.
- EB-3: Professionals, skilled workers, and other workers
- Schedule A (Group I and II) EB-2 or EB-3 without PERM: Physical Therapist; Professional Nurse; Person with Exceptional Ability in the Sciences or Arts
- EB-4: Special Immigrants
- EB-5 or Green Card Through Investment (this is for business investors who invest $1.9 million or $900,000 (if the investment is made in a targeted employment area) in a new commercial enterprise that employs at least 10 full-time U.S. workers).
- Green Card Through Self Petition
- Available for individuals with Extraordinary Ability as demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim and recognized achievements in the field of expertise (EB-1).
- Individuals who qualify for National Interest Waiver (NIW) exempting from job offer requirement and, thus, the labor certification (EB-2, NIW)
- EB-5 or Green Card Through Investment: business investors who invest $1.9 million or $900,000 (if the investment is made in a Targeted Employment Area (High Unemployment or Rural Area) in (1) a new commercial enterprise that employs at least 10 full-time U.S. workers, or (2) an enterprise which will expand to 140% of pre-investment net worth or number of employees, or (3) A troubled business in which jobs will be preserved
- EB-5 Regional Center Pilot Program: Investment of $900,000 in an approved Regional Center.
- Family-based Immigration
- Immediate relative of a U.S. citizen (this includes spouses, unmarried children under the age of 21, and parents of U.S. citizen petitioners)
- Family member of a U.S. citizen fitting into a preference category
- Unmarried sons or daughters over the age of 21,
- Married children of any age, and
- Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizen
- Family member of a green card holder
- Spouses (wife or husband) and
- Unmarried children of the sponsoring green card holder
- Battered spouse or child (VAWA),
- a K nonimmigrant,
- a person born to a foreign diplomat in the United States,
- a V nonimmigrant or a widow(er) of a U.S. Citizen
- Immigration through Refugee and Asylee Status
- Other Ways of Immigration to get Green Card
- Battered Spouse or Child (VAWA) Widow(er) of a U.S. Citizen
- Person Born to a Foreign Diplomat in the United States
- Immigration through Special Categories of Jobs
- Afghan/Iraqi Translator (Afghan Who Assisted the U.S. Government)
- Armed Forces Member (NATO-6 Nonimmigrant)
- International Organization Employee (such as World Bank, IFC, IMF, OAS, IDB, UN etc.)
- Physician (through processing under National Interest Waiver)
- Iraqi Who Assisted the U.S. Government
- Religious Worker
- Employment-based Immigration
- Visa for Employment
- E: Treaty Trader (E-1), Treaty Investor (E-2), E-3 visa for Australian professionals (entrepreneur too if company is incorporated/structured properly)
- H-3 (Trainee or Special education Visitor
- H-2B (temporary non-agricultural worker)
- H-2A (temporary agricultural worker)
- H-1B1 (Chile/Singapore)
- H-1B (an occupation that normally requires a bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field of study, and you have at least a bachelor’s degree or it’s foreign equivalent, or required work experience in a field related to the position)
- L (Intracompany Transferee): L-1 (Executive or Manager) L-1B (employee with “specialized knowledge”)
- O (persons with extraordinary ability or achievement)
- O-1A: individuals with an extraordinary ability in the sciences, education, business, or athletics.
- O-1B: individuals with an extraordinary ability in the arts or extraordinary achievement in motion picture or television industry.
O-2: individuals who will accompany an O-1, artist or athlete, to assist as “integral part” or “essential” for a specific event or performance.
O-3: individuals who are the spouse or children of O-1’s and O-2’s
- P (P-1/P-2/P-3)
- P-1A: Athlete, individually or as part of a group or team, to perform at an internationally recognized level of performance.
- P-1B: Member of certain Entertainment Group
- P-2: Artist or Entertainer (Individual or Group)
- P-3: Artist or Entertainer (Individual or Group)
- P-4: Spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 of P-1, P-2 and P-3 visa holder.
- Q-1 (Participant in an International Cultural Exchange Program)
- I (Visas for Members of the Foreign Media, Press, and Radio)
- Exchange Visitors: J (please note, J visa has number of categories, please contact us to consult about available visa category you might be eligible for for example, Intern, Trainee, Professor and Research Scholar, Summer Work Travel, Au Pair and Educare etc.)
- Study and Practical Training:
- F-1 (including OPT, STEM (Training Plan for STEM OPT Students),
- CPT, and compliance with these programs),
- M (Vocational or other recognized nonacademic institution, other than a language training program)
- Business Visitor and Tourism & Family Visitor (B-1/B-2)
Corporate Law and contracts
- Business Formation and Corporate Documents
- Corporate Governance
- NY Corporate Law
- IRC 501(1)(c) and Compliance
Intellectual Property Rights
- Copyrights and Trademarks
Private International Law
- Intl Biz Transactions
- International Trade
- International Arbitration and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the U.S.
- International Child Adoption and Assisted Reproduction abroad
- International Human Rights and Human Rights Litigation
- International Labor Law specially dealing Human Rights and Compliance with International Labor Standards and International Human Rights
- International Service of Process and other aspects of Private International Law
- Business incorporation in India (in association with local counsel in India).
- Incorporation of business in Nepal (in association with local counsel)
- Administrative Agencies of the U.S. (CFPB (consumer protection), FCC, FDA (export/import matters), FTC (privacy and consumer protection), SEC (ADR Program)