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Can NAFTA allow for temporary visas for professionals?

People in Miami and across the United States are paying close attention to presidential politics and the discussion regarding various agreements that the U.S. has with other countries for workers. One example is the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). With NAFTA, there are certain circumstances in which immigrants can come from Canada and Mexico with special treatment. Understanding this is important for companies and individuals who would like to have these workers come to the U.S. as well as for workers who would like to work in the U.S.

What are the requirements for an EB-3 employment visa?

Employment-based immigration is one of the most common ways for people to begin a new life in the United States. U.S. immigration law provides for a number of visa types that allow skilled workers and professionals to enter the U.S. One of the most popular is the EB-3 visa.

Knowledgeable advice can help secure a U.S. employment visa

Florida is home to many foreign nationals who have come to the United States to work. Obtaining a U.S. employment visa is generally the first step for any alien who wishes to work in the U.S. There are a number of different types of U.S. visas tailored to specific categories of foreign workers.

Foreign students working in the U.S. while studying

It is not uncommon for foreign students to study in the United States. Whether an immigrant student is working on an undergraduate, Masters or professional degree in Florida, the student might seek to make an income while studying. While some academic programs are strict about employment during an exchange program, others promote it so the student could gain experience and the possibility to work in the U.S. following graduation.

H-1B visa program provides opportunities for foreign workers

For educated foreign workers seeking employment opportunities in the United States, the H-1B visa program offers a number of benefits. The H-1B program is intended to allow U.S. employers to hire non-U.S. nationals for "specialty occupations," which are generally any positions requiring a bachelor's degree. The number of H-1B visas granted each year is limited to 65,000, with an additional 20,000 for foreign workers who have obtained a master's or higher degree from a U.S. college or university.

What visas are available for immigrant and nonimmigrant workers?

The United States is a destination for many workers across the world. There are unique opportunities here that draw people from other countries for both permanent and temporary positions, and each of these workers will need to secure a visa in order to work in the U.S. lawfully.

What do you think about talent-based immigration?

Immigration is a highly complex and sensitive issue for people all around the globe, and unfortunately, the immigration system in this country is similarly complex. Considering the diversity of immigrants as well as their needs and goals, it may not be surprising that over time, immigration laws and procedures in this country have expanded, changed and contracted considerably.

Employees in tech industry struggle with immigration issues

Many people who come to the U.S. for work do so in order to get a job in the technology industry. People from all over the world are sought after to come work in highly advanced tech jobs. Unfortunately, many of them face some difficult challenges in regards to their career, citizenship and family when they ultimately do get a job here.

What is an investor visa?

There are a lot of different ways for immigrants to obtain a visa to reside in the United States and one of the more popular ones is called an investor visa. Immigrants who apply for investor visas or E5 visas, are commonly referred to as immigrant investors or immigrant entrepreneurs.

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Our firm is a recognized leader in immigration law and litigation. We handle the spectrum from family and employment-based visas to deportation defense and immigration appeals. Founding partner Ira Kurzban authored the Immigration Law Sourcebook, widely used by immigration lawyers, judges and government officials as the authoritative field reference.

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