Our business immigration practice covers all types of work-related visas. Moro Legal, LLC, works with employers and individuals through the immigration process, from applying for labor certifications with the U.S. Department of Labor, gathering helpful evidence, preparing and filing petitions with USCIS, and filing applications for permanent residence.
There are many categories of visas that allow for individuals to enter the United States to work as well as to participate in internships, exchange programs, sports competitions, artistic performances, work-related training, and other activities. Many categories of work visas also allow for visas to be granted for a recipient’s spouse and children.
By scheduling an attorney consultation with Moro Legal, LLC, you will receive advice as to which visa options are available in your particular situation, an explanation of the application process, and which visa would best fit your needs. Contact our firm for additional information.
We offer detailed legal guidance for:
Non-Immigrant Employment and Business Visas
- Professional employees in specialty occupations (H1-B visas)
- Executives and managers who are intracompany transferees (L-1A visas)
- Specialized knowledge employees who are intracompany transferees (L-1B visas)
- Athletes, Artists, Musicians, Performers, and Entertainers (P visas)
- Individuals of Extraordinary Ability, including Scientists, Researchers,
Academics, Businesspeople, Athletes, and Artists (O visas)
- Trainees (H-3 visas)
- Interns and exchange visitors (J visas)
- Religious Workers (R visas)
- Treaty Investors (E-2 visas)
- Treaty Traders (E-1 visas)
Employment-Based Immigrant Visas Leading to Permanent Residence
- Employment-Based Immigration, First Preference Visa (EB-1 visas)
- (1) individuals with extraordinary ability,
- (2) multinational managers and executives, or
- (3) outstanding professors and researchers.
- Employment-Based Immigration, Second Preference (EB-2 visas)
- (1) professionals who hold an advanced degree or equivalent work experience,
- (2) individuals with exceptional ability, or
- (3) individuals with a National Interest Waiver (usually given to those with exceptional ability and whose employment in the U.S. would greatly benefit the country).
- Employment-Based Immigration, Third Preference (EB-3 visas)
- Professionals, skilled workers, and unskilled workers
- Employment-Based Immigration, Fourth Preference (EB-4 visas)
- Religious workers, certain juveniles, Panama Canal zone employees, international organization employees, Iraqi and Afghan translators and other workers who have assisted the United States.
- Employment-Based Immigration, Fifth Preference (EB-5 visas)
- Investors in a United States business enterprise
Moro Legal, LLC, also offers assistance to businesses with I-9 Compliance and auditing to ensure their workforce is eligible to work in the United States, including review of I-9 forms, policy and procedure training, risk assessment, and assistance with investigations. Contact us for more information.
The content of this website is for general informational purposes only and is not a replacement for legal advice. Immigration law is a complex area of law that is constantly changing and this website cannot cover every facet of the law. Every case is different, and all individuals and businesses should consult with an immigration lawyer prior to filing any petition or application.