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Types of visas for business immigration purposes

| Apr 22, 2020 | Uncategorized

There are many reasons why an individual would want to come to the United States, and frequently this is because of his or her work. There are often more opportunities available in this country, and many deserving workers are able to come here to work for a certain period of time. Business immigration is an important and complex aspect of immigration law, and a hopeful applicant will want to fully understand the process before proceeding.

There are several different types of work visas available to those who want to come into the United States for career opportunities. The length and the specific type of work visa depends on the type of work a person intends to do and where he or she is from. To start the process of coming to the county for work, the Florida employer will have to complete an I-129 form.

Work visas fall into various categories. There are temporary work visas available for religious workers, business visitors, athletes, artists, entertainment groups, executives and managers. There are also specific types of work visas available to those who are researchers, agricultural workers and those with extraordinary capabilities. It is helpful to note that both the employer and potential worker should understand the appropriate steps necessary to complete this process.

It is not easy to know the appropriate visa type for the specific situation and navigate the immigration process. There is significant benefit in working with an experienced attorney who understands the law and can provide guidance at every step. An assessment of the individual can help a Florida employer and worker know how to most effectively pursue their business immigration goals.

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