Employment-Based Immigration

The Chander Law Firm represents companies and individuals on business and employment-based immigration matters.

Employment-based visas allow foreign nationals to enter and work in the United States.  Some employment-based options provide for only temporary employment (nonimmigrant visas), while others allow for permanent residence (immigrant visas). 

The Chander Law Firm helps make the employment-based immigration process as smooth as possible.  Whether you are a business seeking to hire foreign workers or an individual seeking representation, The Chander Law Firm can assist you with your business immigration needs.

There are a variety of employment-based immigration options.  The right option may depend on your industry.  Links to more information on common employment-based immigration options and industry specific information are below.    

Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Options

Nonimmigrant Visas Professionals & Skilled Workers

Options for Physicians, Nurses, Physical Therapists and other Health Care Professionals

Additional Options for University Professors and Faculty, Researchers, and Non-Profit Organizations

Additional Options for the Arts, Sports, and Entertainment Industries

  • O Visas - Alien with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics
  • P Visas - Athletes and entertainers solely to attend a particular event, reciprocal exchange programs, and culturally unique artists or entertainers
  • I Visa - Representatives of foreign press, radio, film, or other foreign information media

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