Business Immigration Services
Whether you’re an individual or a Fortune 500 company, it’s important to understand your business and what you’d like to accomplish in the US, so we may work together to design an immigration plan that achieves your goals.
Who I service
The US is the nexus of global technology innovation; it’s important to establish your presence within this essential market. Building a progressive immigration strategy to match the dynamic technology industry can be the foundation of your success.
Whether you’re a US Corporation recruiting international employees or an international corporation expanding within the US market, I evaluate your business objectives and guide you through the vast network of immigration options.
Entrepreneurs & startups
Initiating your business involves multiple stages of planning critical to your success. Using my expertise in US immigration and vast experience working with entrepreneurs across diverse industries, I build immigration into the foundation of your US business plan.
Law firms & organizations
I am nationally sought as counsel for complex immigration cases, strategically advising law firms, organizations and international chambers of commerce.
We’ll evaluate your US expansion plan and build an immigration strategy that complements it. That approach is further strengthened by my connection to business trends, freeing you up to focus on extending your business and enhancing your brand in the US marketplace.
Musicians & entertainers
US immigration is not a “hurry up and wait” situation. The show must go on, so it’s important to arrange timing for talent and their families. I work one-on-one with artists, musicians and entertainment companies to take care of all visa arrangements, freeing you up to focus on your art.
How I can help
Nonimmigrant (or temporary) categories for business travelers, students and specialized workers cover the alphabet soup of US immigration, from B-1/B-2 Visitors to F-1 and M-1 Students to E Treaty Traders/Investors, H-1B Specialty Occupation Workers, H-3 Trainees, I Media Representatives, J-1 Exchange Visitors, L-1 Company Transfers, O-1 Extraordinary Ability Workers, P-1 Artists/Athletes/Entertainers, R-1 Religious Workers, and TN NAFTA Professionals.
Immigrant categories that pave the path for permanent residence (green card) based on employment include: EB-1 Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Multinational Executives and Managers, EB-2 Advanced Degree or Exceptional Ability Workers, EB-3 Professionals and Skilled Workers, and EB-4 Religious Workers.
Immigrant categories for permanent residence (green card) through other means include family-based categories and humanitarian categories.
Permanent residents can seek citizenship through the naturalization process, an important decision to obtain the right to vote and secure your residence in the US.
Essential foundations of immigration strategy and compliance include: I-9 and E-Verify compliance, H-1B compliance with Department of Labor and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and the immigration impact of mergers, among many others.