Work Visas and Other Employment Based Immigration Legal Services

h-1b visas and other work visas that we can help you with in Syracuse NYOur team can help you, a family member, or your significant other with the process of getting a work visa in addition to help employers stay compliant with immigration laws when trying to bring employees to the United States.

Following immigration laws when trying to gain work visas or addressing other employment-based immigration concerns can be difficult and confusing. Don't risk mistakes or errors that could have long-term negative effects on the immigration status and eligibility for you, your family, and your job.

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H-1B Visas

H-1B Visas are a type of temporary work visa. The H-1B category is available to workers in occupations that require highly specialized knowledge. The offered position must require, and the foreign national must possess, at least a Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, to qualify for an H-1B visa. Learn More...

L-1 Visas

L-1 Visas provide a way for companies with offices in the US and abroad to transfer foreign national employees to work in a US-based office. This visa category is useful to companies of all sizes. Learn More...

E-1 Visas & E-2 Visas

E-1 Visas and E-2 Visas are a type of investment-based visa for foreign nationals of certain countries that have treaty agreements with the US. Learn More...

O-1 Visas

An O-1 visa is a nonimmigrant visa for individuals who possess extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics. Learn More...

I-9 Information for Employers

The Department of Homeland Security has begun issuing electronic arrival/departure cards to travelers entering the US. Learn More...


E-Verify compares information from an employee’s Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 to data from DHS and SSA government records​. Learn More...

Immigration News & Resources For Work

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Immigration requirements change frequently, and complying with the immigration process can be confusing. Mistakes could hinder your professional goals for years.

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