Employment-Based Immigration

Employment-based Immigration

As the U.S. economy becomes more global in nature, more employers are seeking foreign national workers to meet their employment needs.  Ziemba Law Firm can assist you in assessing the best option for meeting your employment needs through sponsorship of foreign nationals for employment-based visas.  


Non-Immigrant Visas

Non-immigrant employment visas are temporary visas that allow foreign nationals to come to the United States to work temporarily in a variety of capacities. Ziemba Law Firm can assist you in obtaining any of the following non-immigrant visas:

♦  B-1 Business Visitor Visas
♦  E-1/E-2 Treaty Visas (for Investors and Traders)
♦  E-3 Professional Visas for Australians
♦  F-1 (including Optional or Curricular Practical Training or On-/Off-Campus Employment) for ♦  Foreign Students
♦  H-1B Professional Visas
♦  H-2A Visas for Temporary Agricultural Workers
♦  H-2B Visas for Temporary Nonagricultural Workers
♦  H-3 Trainee Visas
♦  J-1 Exchange Visitor Visas
♦  L-1 Visas for Managers/Executives/Specialized Knowledge Workers
♦  O-1 Visas for Aliens of Extraordinary Ability
♦  O-1/O-2 Visas for Aliens with Extraordinary Achievement in Television or Motion Pictures and their key production team members
♦  P-1 Visas for Athletes and Entertainers
♦  Q Visas for international cultural exchange
♦  R Visas for religious workers
♦  TN Visas for Professional Workers from Canada and Mexico



Immigrant Visas (Lawful Permanent Residency)

Immigrant visas, or green cards, allow a foreign national to live and work in the United States permanently. The process for sponsoring a foreign national for a green card is complicated and requires close attention to detail as even a minor typographical error may result in a denial. Ziemba Law Firm prides itself on devoting close attention to each case. Our firm can assist you with the following types of cases for immigrant visas:


♦  Aliens of Extraordinary Ability in the Sciences, Arts, Business, Education or Athletics (EB-1)
♦  Outstanding Researchers (EB-1)
♦  Multinational Executives and Managers (EB-1)
♦  Aliens with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability (EB-2)
♦  National Interest Waivers (EB-2)
♦  Schedule A for Nurses and Physical Therapists (EB-2)
♦  Professionals and Skilled Workers (including Labor Certifications and PERM) (EB-3)
♦  Immigrant Investor (EB-5)