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Serving your Business Immigration Needs Nationwide

Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. assists employers and large corporations with securing green cards, work permits, and business visas for non-U.S.-citizen workers. We have been guiding individuals and corporations through their immigration needs for decades, and know how to navigate all the legal complexities involved in these matters. For assistance with filing the necessary paperwork, making petitions, and ensuring that your employees’ documentation is sound, you can rely on our business immigration attorneys.

We are dedicated to helping universities, businesses, laboratories, religious organizations, sports teams, and other corporations achieve their immigration goals.

Whether you need to secure a work permit or business visa for your business or organization, we are here to guide you through the process. Employers may also sponsor an employee for a green card, which grants permanent residence and the right to work in the country for pay.

Work Permits

A work permit allows a non-U.S. citizen to work in the country as a paid full-time, part-time, or contract-based employee. A work permit grants non-citizens temporary residence in the country for the purpose of performing their employment duties in the U.S. Work visas may expire after a few months or a year, and often provide the option for renewal. To help obtain this status for an employee, you may file a nonimmigrant petition on his or her behalf. There are many types of work visas, such as an H1B Visa for specialty workers, an L1 Visa for intracompany transferees, and others. Learn more about these types of work visas on our page, here.

Business Visas

A business visa allows an individual to temporarily reside in the U.S. for business-related matters that do not involve labor work or receiving payment in the U.S. A B-1 visa, for instance, grants a non-citizen the right to visit the U.S. for the purpose of attending business trainings, meetings, and other non-paid business ventures. For individuals who have invested a large sum of money in a U.S. company may apply for an E-2 visa, which allows them to temporarily reside in the country to oversee their business affairs.

Employers are responsible for ensuring that their employees are legally allowed to work in the country. If an employee is found to lack proper employment eligibility verification, he or she and the employer will likely face serious legal consequences. This is why it is imperative that employers and employees understand the government’s requirements and that they secure legal counsel from a skilled immigration lawyer.

Get an Experienced Business Immigration Lawyer on Your Side.

The business immigration attorneys at Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. provide global immigration solutions for universities, business, and other organizations throughout the U.S. Our goal is to help your business flourish and gain the resources it needs to grow. Being well-versed in immigration law, our team is equipped to find solutions for all of your needs.

Contact our firm online or call (800) 708-4399 today to discuss your immigration goals and concerns with us. With locations in New Mexico, Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania, we serve clients throughout the entire country.

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