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HIRE foreign nationals

WHAT types of “work visas” require Department of Labor approval? HOW much time and resources will the employer have to commit? WHAT questions regarding immigration status are employers permitted by law to ask job candidates? WHAT records are employers required by law to maintain?

WHO U.S. employers and U.S.-based businesses

WHAT ANY type of work or services performed within the United States

WHEN Short-term and long-term, part-time, full-time, temporary, per diem or contract work, visiting consultant

HOW Sponsorship – Petitions for foreign worker(s)
Temporary nonimmigrant work visas (from 1 month up to 7 years depending on category)

  • H-1 visas (H-1B Specialty Occupations, H-1B1 Chile & Singapore, H-1C Registered Nurses),
  • H-2 visas (Agricultural Workers and Seasonal Employment)
  • TN Professionals (Canada & Mexico)
  • E visas (Treaty Traders or Investors), E-3 Specialty Occupations (Australia)
  • L visas (Intracompany transfers)
  • O visas (Artists, Scientists, Business, Athletics)
  • P visas (Entertainers, Performers, Sports Teams)
  • R visas (Religious Workers)

Permanent immigrant (“green cards”) work visas

  • PERM labor certification (Professional, Skilled, and Unskilled Workers)
  • Outstanding Researchers
  • Multinational Executives & Managers
  • Extraordinary Ability Workers (Science, Arts, Education, Business, Athletics)
  • Schedule A Occupations (Physical Therapists, Nurses, Exceptional Ability Workers in Science or Non-Performing Arts)

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