Employment Based Immigration
Employment based immigration allows foreigners, with specialized skills and knowledge, to reside in the US and contribute to the US economy. Employment-based visas give foreign workers the opportunity to work in the US on a temporary or, in some cases, a permanent basis. Contact Shoreline Immigration for more information!
What is Employment Based Immigration?
Employment-based visas allow foreigners to come to US for employment purposes. Foreigners with specialized knowledge, advanced degrees, or those who have extraordinary abilities may qualify for a visa through a wide range of employment-based immigration categories and visas. Employment-based visas can be temporary, while others can grant Legal Permanent Residency, or a Green Card. Some employment-based categories require a sponsoring employer, but foreign nationals at the top of their field may qualify for a National Interest Waiver, which would allow them to self-sponsor. Requirements and qualifications for employment-based visas vary and international candidates should consult an attorney to determine eligibility. Shoreline Immigration is available to answer all your questions.
US Temporary Work Visas
Visa for Specialty Occupations, DOD Cooperative R&D, and Fashion Models
Visas for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement
Treaty Trader & Investor Visa for Australians in Specialty Occupations
Employment eligibility verification form for employees and employers
Employment Based Green Cards
Visa for recognized professors, researchers, and multinational managers and executives
Visa for individuals with advanced degrees and exceptional abilities
Visas for skilled workers, business professionals, and other workers
Visa for religious workers and retired employees of international organizations
Excemption granting a foreign national permanent residency without an employment offer
PERM Labor Certificate
Certificate allowing an employer to permenantly hire a foreign worker
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Shoreline Immigration provides in-depth support and guidance in employment-based immigration cases.