U.S. Immigration Counsel
Employment-Based Immigration And Work Visas
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Priority date retention allows a beneficiary with an approved I-140 to keep a priority date from a previously approved I-140 and use it for future green card filings.
In complementing the employment-based (permanent) immigration process, employers face a number of nonimmigrant (temporary) visas that companies and workers look to, including H-1B, L-1, O-1, TN, B-1, and E-2 visas.
The H-1B Visa (or H-1B Status, for those in the U.S.) permits U.S. employers to temporarily employ certain qualifying workers in specialty occupations.
Family-Based Immigration & Waivers
Investors & Entrepreneurs
Generally, U.S. Immigration Law Provides for two mechanisms by which individuals can come to the U.S. based on a capital investment: a 2-year, renewable E-2 Visa and the permanent resident (“Green Card”) EB-5 Investor Immigrant Visa.