For multinational companies, the United States provides a thriving economic climate in which to do business. For a company to be a success, however, it needs its top talent. The United States immigration system gives executives and managers the opportunity to move to the United States with their companies and continue to do the important work that makes up their careers. Through employment-based immigration, this move can be permanent and the executive or manager can obtain a green card.
The process of employment-based immigration can be a difficult one, and the stakes are high because the success of a company depends on the abilities of its people. The Baltimore immigration law firm of Miranda & Weisman will represent individuals and employers throughout the immigration process to ensure that top managers are able to come to the U.S. and help their company to thrive. Call today to speak with a member of our legal team.
An EB1 MET petition may be submitted to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in cases where a manager or executive of a multinational company wishes to immigrate to the United States. The submission of this petition can be the first step, since no Program Electronic Management Review System (PERM) certification is required of employers to move their industry leaders to the United States.
This does not mean the process is straightforward or simple, even if the lack of PERM certification requirement does mean it is streamlined. There are still many requirements that must be met in order to ensure that USCIS approves the petition and that the immigration can go forward. Requirements include:
At Miranda & Weisman, our Maryland employment immigration lawyers will help companies and managers/executives to determine if they meet the qualifying requirements. We will also assist in assembling the documentation that may be necessary for USCIS to approve the petition.
When a multinational corporation decides to expand or start doing business in the United States, the talents of top employees can make or break the company’s success. It is essential for the company and its managers and executives to focus on operating the business, not on worrying about whether immigration paperwork has gone through.
Miranda & Weisman knows the employment-based immigration system inside and out and can take care of everything from submitting forms to guiding interactions with USCIS. Call today - 410-321-4994 - to speak with a member of our legal team and learn more about how our Maryland immigration lawyers can represent you.