Temporary Employment Visas
Immigration laws provide an alphabet soup of visa options for temporary employment. By representing individuals, entrepreneurs, and employers of all sizes, we have the expertise in immigration law needed to help each client choose the right letter. This means picking the right visa strategy for both the short and long-term.
We distinguish ourselves by first listening to our clients. By listening, we are able to help them choose and then implement the best strategy based on their individual objectives. Our clients may need to secure visas for a temporary visit; to train foreign workers on U.S. operations for application abroad; to manage or direct their U.S. investment; to transfer key employees from abroad for temporary U.S. assignments; or to use temporary visa options as a path toward permanent residence. The appropriate temporary visa strategy must often incorporate the interests of the U.S. employer, the foreign employee, and any accompanying family. We have the expertise to sort through all options and help our clients implement their objectives.
We provide representation in securing these common temporary employment visas:
- B-1 business visitors;
- E-1 and E-2 treaty traders and investors;
- F-1 students;
- H-1B, E-3, and TN professionals;
- H-2A and H-2B seasonal workers;
- H-3 training programs;
- J-1 corporate training;
- L-1 executives, managers, and specialized knowledge employees;
- O-1 extraordinary ability;
- P-1, P-2, or P-3 performers, athletes, and artists;
- Q-1 cultural exchange; and
- R-1 religious workers.