Business Sponsorship Process
At the Scheer Immigration Law Group, we are adept at guiding employers through the business sponsorship process. We understand the difficulty of finding the right person for the job. We also understand the challenge of retaining them as employees. The Law Offices of Susan W. Scheer counsel businesses seeking to sponsor employees, both skilled and unskilled, for employment in the United States. If you have a specific foreign employee in mind, we can guide you through the sponsorship process. Contact our New Jersey H1B Visa Lawyer for more details.
Business Sponsorship Process | Services
We handle business sponsorship visas that involve:
Almost no one handles domestic sponsorship visas. Although obtaining a labor certification for a maid, gardener, nanny, home companion, or home cook may present unique challenges, they are not as difficult to handle as the rumors suggest. Usually, the candidate is already residing in the United States. This is much easier than bringing someone over through consular processing, which we also handle.
Whether the worker is a domestic or a professional, we understand that employers are very protective of his or her key people. Our lawyers advise employer and employee through every necessary step of the process and keep both parties informed at each development. We also make sure that they have a thorough understanding of both their options and their status as their case moves through the system.
Business Sponsorship Process | H1B Visa Lawyer
A New Jersey H1B Visa Lawyer can help with business-based sponsorship or immigration from both angles, helping businesses or even American families protect and keep immigrant employees, and helping professionals to obtain the proper documentation to conduct business in the U.S.
Whether you are an investor or an artist, an executive or an entertainer, a scientist or an activist, you will need to apply for the appropriate visa if you wish to conduct business in the U.S.
If you want to know more about the business sponsorship process, please contact our New Jersey immigration lawyers today.