Securing Business Visas For Foreign Workers

The process of bringing skilled foreign nationals into the United States for the purpose of work and to live falls under the banner of business immigration. We understand that foreign labor is important to the growth and expansion of your business, and we are ready to serve businesses with our comprehensive business immigration services. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has established five visa categories to handle business immigration.

Need help deciding which visa is right for your employees? Call 210-446-4090 to learn more.

Work visa categories include:

  • First Preference (EB-1) - For persons of "extraordinary ability" in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics
  • Second Preference (EB-2) - For professionals with advanced degrees or "exceptional ability"
  • Third Preference (EB-3) - For professionals and skilled workers
  • Fourth Preference (EB-4) - For "special immigrants" including religious workers, alien minors, and retired employees of international organizations
  • Fifth Preference (EB-5) - For business investors who invest $500,000 or more in a new commercial enterprise that employs 10 or more full-time U.S. workers

As you might imagine, employee-based immigration can be a complex and demanding process. There is often extensive paperwork and numerous rules involved. It is here that the experience of a competent San Antonio immigration attorney becomes such a valuable asset. We can walk you through the process step-by-step to make sure your application goes smoothly.

Get Started with Our San Antonio Business Lawyer

Unless you're well-versed in immigration law, the odds of successfully navigating the nuances of business immigration are not in your favor. That's where Cabañas Law Firm comes in. Having been named by San Antonio Scene Magazine as one of San Antonio's Best Lawyers in 2012, we are known for our outstanding legal services. Our English and Spanish bilingual team offers extensive knowledge of business law and immigration law. We know that time is money, so we always aim for prompt and efficient solutions.

To consult one of our San Antonio business attorneys about your immigration case, call us today at 210-446-4090 to request a consultation. You may also email our offices online.