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Green Card Applications Through Employers in L.A. and San Francisco

It is not unusual for people to immigrate to the U.S. for employment opportunities. Employees that are particularly valuable to an employer, or the country as a whole, may be eligible for an employment-based green card.

If you are an employer looking to sponsor an immigrant worker, or an immigrant hoping to apply for an employment-based green card, our Los Angeles and Bay Area immigration attorneys can help. The Law Firm of Anish Vashistha, APLC focuses exclusively on immigration law. We know these procedures backward and front and can guide you through the process.

Naturalization & Citizenship for Immigrant Employees

The Employment immigration process can be broken down into three steps:

  • An employer obtains a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor
  • An employer petitions immigration services on behalf of their employee for an employment-based immigration procedure
  • The immigrant employee applies for a green card backed by his or her employer’s petition

Obtaining a labor certification is usually only required if the employee is hoping to obtain permanent U.S. residence. If an employee only plans to stay in the country for the duration of their employment, filing for an employment-based visa or non-immigrant work visa may be more appropriate.

Want to learn more about immigration through employment? Call (877) 227-9714 to arrange a free initial in-person consultation with our immigration attorneys.

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