Trusted Employment Visa Attorney in San Francisco & Benicia
Employment visa lawyer Geri Kahn helps foreign nationals obtain work visas for the United States. The Law Office of Geri N. Kahn in San Francisco & Benicia advises individuals and businesses on a wide variety of employment visa options. If you need assistance navigating the complex requirements of immigration, we are available to guide you through the process.
Employment Immigration Lawyer for Temporary and Permanent Workers
Immigration plays a key role in the hiring process for many California-based businesses. From the tech and finance sectors to manufacturing and agricultural enterprises, businesses rely on recruitment from around the world. We understand how important employment visas are in the long-term success of a company, and work diligently to streamline the process. Geri works closely with employees and employers, focusing on good communication, attention to detail – and a dedication to help each client achieve their goals.
The Main Types of U.S. Work Visas
While there are many types of work visas, we will focus on some of the most commonly requested here.
Temporary Non-Immigrant Visas
- H-1B visa – For professionals in a specialized field with an existing job offer.
- L-1 visa – Includes employees working at a high level for a global company. The visa provides temporary relocation to the U.S. branch of the company.
- R visa – For religious workers, such as a rabbi, minister or choir director, who are taking up a temporary role in the country.
Workers with a high level of education, knowledge or experience may be eligible for permanent residence. With only a limited number of green cards being given out to individuals, their spouses and children each year, getting help from a family immigration law firm is quite important.
While priority is given to individuals with extraordinary ability, it is still possible for competent workers in some sectors to receive permanent employment-based visas. Both skilled and unskilled laborers with job offers and those working in roles within the national interests of the U.S. may be eligible for green cards.
Common Questions About Employment Visas
Yes. A B-1 visa grants temporary eligibility to conduct business in the United States. This type of visa usually lasts for up to six months.
All family members must individually apply for a visa. We can guide you through this process to prevent any disruption.
While most visas require a job offer from a U.S. business, there are visas for individuals investing substantial sums in the country, and for people with exceptional achievements.
Find a Work Visa Lawyer Near Me in San Francisco and Benicia
If you need assistance with employment-based immigration and temporary and non-temporary visas, don’t hesitate to contact the Law Office of Geri N. Kahn. Get help with employment visas by calling our San Francisco office at (415) 397-5446 or our Benicia office at (707) 746-1813. As an alternative, you can request a legal consultation now.