Helping you through employment immigration law issues

| Dec 6, 2017 | Employment Immigration |

Workers and businesses in Florida, the United States and across the globe all seek to make their mark in the world. Sometimes an individual, business or a company needs to expand and go beyond their bounds. In order to accomplish this, people from other countries may want to take on international opportunities, including exploring business opportunities in the United States.

Whether you are seeking employment in the U.S. or seek to take your business or corporation to America, it is important to understand how to make these business opportunities a reality. This means understanding what employment immigration issues they could encounter, what steps need to be taken and what is needed to do this temporarily and long term.

At Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A., our skilled law firm has over three decades of experience helping and guiding individuals and businesses seeking to work or take on business ventures in the U.S. We are dedicated to serving those in the Miami area, ensuring they obtain the proper visas and file the necessary paperwork.

Depending on one’s purpose in the country, a specific visa will be required. We have helped countless past clients determine which visa is appropriate, emphasizing how long they are good for and what is necessary to maintain their status. We are able to help our clients file for business and employment-based immigration visas, business and employment-based non-immigrant visas and other temporary or non-immigrant visas.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s employment immigration website. When coming to America on a temporary or long-term basis, it is essential that your visit or desire to work within the country is in compliance with immigration laws. Thus, seeking legal guidance in these matters can prove to be very beneficial.