Most immigrants seeking temporary employment will need an H1-B visa. This allows an employer to sponsor a worker for a specific period of time. In order to receive this kind of visa, you will need the specific skill set necessary to perform the job. Your employer must also be able to justify its need to seek employees outside the United States. These temporary employment-based visas are limited in scope, as they require you to work for a specific employer.
Permanent employment visas, on the other hand, entitle immigrants to more protections under U.S. law. There are different types of permanent employment visas, including EB-1 (offered to professors, researchers, and executives of extraordinary ability), EB-3 (offered to skilled workers, professionals, and other workers), and EB-5 (offered to qualified investors who can support economic growth through investment in U.S. commercial enterprises).
If you are seeking employment in the U.S., reach out to Peter Loblack at his offices in Orlando or Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He’s proud to serve immigration clients nationwide.
Non-Immigrant Visa Services
No matter what brings you to the United States, get in touch with Peter Loblack to start the visa process. Peter helps a wide range of individuals obtain a variety of visas, including:
- Students (F-1)
- Entertainers and Athletes (P-1)
- Company Transfers (L-1)
- Religious Workers (R)
- Specialty Workers (H-1B)
- Extraordinary Ability (O-1)
- Visas for Business Personnel
- Visas for Temporary Visitors
Find out about these kinds of visas and more by setting up a time to talk with Attorney Loblack.
Criminal Defense & Immigration
At Peter Loblack Law, PA, a criminal record doesn’t need to mean that your future in the United States is over. As a dedicated criminal defense attorney serving immigration clients in Florida and nationwide, Peter represents clients who face severe immigration-related consequences, from inadmissibility to deportation. Get in touch with Attorney Loblack to learn about your options for expunging your criminal record and other legal strategies to help you and your family.