Employment Based Immigration in Malden
Trust Jamie Gorton to Help You Get Your Visa
In a shrinking world, businesses often recruit and attract talent from
all over the world. If you are intending to move to the U.S. to work,
or are trying to bring international employees to the states, a Malden
immigration attorney from
our firm can help you navigate the complex legal procedures involved.
Attorney Jamie Gorton can help those interested in immigration with the
H-1B and TN
- Outstanding researcher Visas
- Business immigration/non-immigrant work Visas
- EB-1 Visas
What type of visa do you need?
H-1B Visas are for foreign workers who want to enter the U.S. temporarily
to perform special occupations for a U.S. employer. TN Visas are for Canadian
and Mexican employees wanting to enter the U.S. for work. Only a limited
number of H-1B Visas are granted every year. TN Visas are the result of
NAFTA and are valid for only three years, though they may be extended.
Outstanding researchers may be eligible for an O-1A or O-1B Visas. Your
immigration attorney will have to prove, however, that your stay in the
U.S. as a professor, artist, or scientist would benefit the country in some way.
EB-1 Visas are for those who work in the sciences, arts, education, business,
or athletic occupations who want to remain permanently in the U.S. to
work. These types of visas are also granted on a limited basis.
Attorney Jamie Gorton is knowledgeable about several other types of Visas
- Business visas (B-1)
- Fiancé visas
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Start Your Application Today
You will need a driven and professional lawyer to provide the legal strategies
needed to have your visa approved. If you have questions or wish to pursue
any type of visa for work in the U.S., call the Law Offices of Jamie H.
Gorton today for a case evaluation.
He has had success with obtaining the proper visas for countless individuals throughout Massachusetts.
Call today to discover how a Malden immigration lawyer's services may make all
the difference in your immigration case.