Does your career require a business visa?
Obtain the Right to Maintain Your Gainful Employment
At LawCenter PLC, we help individuals and companies that are seeking to either come to the United States for business purposes or hire individuals from other countries. Immigration law can be a central concern to many employers that want to ensure that their employees are the best possible candidates for the job and that all legal documentation is in order. Immigration law can be difficult for an employer to follow and it is often necessary to speak a legal professional in order to best understand your position and ensure that no errors are being made for with you could be legally punished. We advise many employers on business visa matters and ensure that they are acting in their best interests.
Our legal team diligently follows all immigration issues so that we are up to date on even the most minute immigration issues.
Helping You Hold Onto Your Steady Income
The most common type of visa given to nonimmigrant workers is the B1 visa. This visa is given to individuals that wish to travel to the United States for a short duration in order to fulfill a business opportunity. Generally, these business visas do not involve labor. It is always best to speak with an attorney personally as in some cases, a visa for business purposes is not required depending on the activity that will be participated in and what country the national is from. Give yourself as much time as possible to obtain a visa in order to pursue your business activity in the United States- at least 60 days before the date of departure is considered the minimum amount of time. Having an attorney with an extensive background in immigration law assist you with your case is extremely important. It can greatly influence whether or not you will obtain the visa that you wish to obtain. Take legal action now! Contact LawCenter PLC at your earliest convenience.