Under current U.S. immigration law, every fiscal year (Oct 1 - September 30) approximately 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas are made available to those who qualify. Individual applicants must be eligible for an employment-based visa under one of the five categories by law. The individual's employer must complete and submit a labor certification request to the Department of Labor and must also file an immigrant visa petition, usually a Form I-140 Petition for Alien Worker. The government must approve this petition before it can be finalized.
The employment-based immigration process can be complicated and confusing. That is why it is recommended that you contact our firm immediately. We can help smooth the way for you and achieve your employment-based immigration goals with as little stress as possible. Therefore, you should not wait to get in touch with a Houston immigration attorney at our office.
We can help provide the guidance and follow-up to complete this procedure. Our firm offers comprehensive immigration services to all clients, while emphasizing personalized and responsive attention to every client's needs.
If you or someone you know needs legal assistance with the employment-based U.S. immigration process, please consult with our Houston immigration team.