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United States Permanent Residence (Green Cards) and Visas

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United States Permanent Residence (Green Cards) and Visas

See the options below.

Contact us to find out if you qualify.

We have experience with the full range of options to gain legal status in the United States. These include options that require an employer and options that do not.

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Employer


Employer Sponsored Visas

We can help your business bring the employees you need into the United States in time and in full compliance. The politics of immigration in America is changing rapidly. We can help your company understand and navigate these challenges. 

Employer


Employer Sponsored Visas

We can help your business bring the employees you need into the United States in time and in full compliance. The politics of immigration in America is changing rapidly. We can help your company understand and navigate these challenges. 

Compliance

Advice and Management

It is critical for employers to comply strictly with all federal and state visa and employment eligibility verification regulations. We can help you understand your options as an employer to sponsor foreign nationals, and carry you and the employee through every stage of the process. We provide strategic immigration planning for new hires as well as strategic immigration planning for filling gaps in the U.S. workforce.


Business Visas

Non-immigrant Visas

We work with employers to prepare and submit visa applications for temporary employment in nonimmigrant visa categories including but not limited to:

  • E-1/2 (treaty traders/investors)

  • E-3 (Australian professionals in specialty occupations)

  • H-1B (professionals in specialty occupations)

  • L-1 (intra-company transferees)

  • O (persons of extraordinary ability)

  • P (certain athletes and entertainers)

  • TN (certain Canadian and Mexican professionals)


Business Friendly

Small or Large Business

It is important to keep the costs of sponsoring employees as low as possible so that doing so remains financially feasible for the employer. We will provide more personal and responsive service for your company at a lower cost than very large competitors. Please contact us today to discuss.

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Non-Employer


National Interest Waivers (NIW)

Investor Green Cards

No employer required.

See the options below.

Non-Employer


National Interest Waivers (NIW)

Investor Green Cards

No employer required.

See the options below.

EB-1

Extraordinary Ability

The Extraordinary Ability (EB-1) petition is a way to gain legal status in the United States for people who have an extraordinary ability in their field. This could be in the arts, music, business, education, or athletics. You will be required to prove you excel in your field with reference letters or recognized awards. You do not need an employer to sponsor you.


EB-2

National Interest Waiver

The National Interest Waiver (NIW) is a way to gain legal status in the United States for people who have an advanced degree, exceptional skill, or knowledge. You have to be able to show you excel in your field with references or research. Common examples of people with advanced degrees are engineers, scientists, researchers, physicians, dentists, or economists. You do not need an employer to sponsor you.


EB-5

Investor Green Card

The EB-5 is a way to gain legal status in the United States by investing in a business and creating jobs in the United States. The minimum investment amounts are typically $500,000 in underserved areas or $1 million in general. 

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Contact


Free Consultation:

(212) 920-5548

Contact


Free Consultation:

(212) 920-5548

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Maryam Rahman

Attorney at Law

Maryam received her law training at the UMASS Dartmouth School of Law and has eight years of experience in the full spectrum of employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant matters.

She has previously worked with a large global immigration firm and handled hundreds of employer sponsored visas for companies in technology and oil/gas.

Maryam has served as faculty for the National Business Institute to teach immigration law to other attorneys.

Email: maryam@thinkfrancisco.com

Phone: (212) 920-5548

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