Employment Visas

Work-Based Visa Solutions

America has long been known as the land of opportunity. It is common for people to come to the United States to maximize this opportunity for work-related purposes. However, the process is not simple, and representation from an experienced team of lawyers is usually critical for successful and efficient acquisition of a work-related visa.

At Metcalf & Associates, P.C., we have 25 years of legal experience handling a range of immigration matters, including employment visas. We represent clients in Hoffman Estates, West Dundee, Aurora and throughout the surrounding Illinois areas, we pride ourselves on the personalized service we provide.

We have the resources and experience to handle any type of employment immigration issue you may encounter, combined with a commitment to working with you personally to meet your unique legal needs. We are small enough to care about your situation, yet large enough to help you.

Various Work Visas

At Metcalf & Associates, P.C., we represent clients seeking employment-based immigration solutions. Some of the temporary visa options available include:

  • Treaty trader and investor visas (E-1 and E-2)
  • Visas for registered nurses (H-1C)
  • Visas for agricultural workers (H-2A)
  • Visas for foreign media representatives (I)
  • Visas for intercompany transferee executives and managers (L-1A)
  • Visas for intercompany transferees with specialized knowledge (L-1B)
  • Visas for individuals with extraordinary ability or achievement (O-1)
  • Visas for temporary religious workers (R-1)

Our attorneys also help clients obtain permanent worker visas, which are distributed by preference (first preference through fifth preference). We will help you understand the process and walk you through every step.

PERM Certification

Program Electronic Review Management (PERM) is an electronic system created by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for businesses seeking certain types of employment visas. This is an extremely complicated process that requires employers to show, among other things, that there are no available US workers for the same job and that hiring from the United States will not adversely impact the US economy and job market. Our lawyers can help you through the PERM process.

Talk with a lawyer from our firm about your employment-based immigration goals. Call 847-882-1992 or contact us online.

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