The United States is the land of opportunity and many foreign nationals come to the United States to work. However, if you want to hold a job in the U.S., you need legal permission.
Not every visa gives you the right to work in the United States, so it is important to understand the various immigration options available. For example, skilled and seasonal employers may be able to come to the U.S. if they can find an employer to sponsor them. People with family sponsors may also be able to work in the U.S. if they apply for the right type of visa.
Our Baltimore immigration law firm is here to help if you want to come to the United States to work. Your Maryland employment immigration lawyer will advise you about your visa options, and when the time comes, we will take care of all of the required paperwork.
If you are already in the country, we can help you change your status so that you can work, and if you are an employer we can assist in sponsoring workers for your business. Our goal in every case is to help you launch your American dream, and that starts with being able to earn a living.
In the United States, there is no generic “work visa,” but there are many different kinds of visas that give a foreign national the authority to work. Miranda & Weisman will advise you on possible types of visas that you, your family member or your employee may be eligible for. Once we have determined which visa is appropriate, our attorneys will assist in every step of the process.
The process of obtaining a visa to work in the United States varies depending on the current location of the foreign national.
Working in the United States as a foreign national is not legal without permission, so don’t hesitate to contact a Maryland employment immigration lawyer as soon as possible to unlock all of the job opportunities that this country has to offer.
At Miranda & Weisman, our bilingual legal team assists workers, employers and family members with work visas. Some of the situations that our attorneys have experience with include:
For help with these and other immigration matters, call today to speak with a Maryland Employment Immigration Lawyer at Miranda & Weisman. We can be reached at 410-321-4994, or by our online contact form.