H Visa Lawyers in Miami
Temporary Work Visas for Specialty Workers
If you are looking to hire foreign workers to satisfy some temporary labor needs, Cifuentes-Marrero, P.A. is here to help. Our experienced H visa attorneys in Miami can guide you through the process of obtaining H-1 and other types of work visas.
The H-1B nonimmigrant visa can be given to employment applicants seeking temporary work in the U.S. in a “specialty occupation” that requires professional abilities.
Specialty occupations may include:
- Computer systems analysts
- Database administrators
- Web designers
- Financial analysts
H-1B petitions are filed by employers based on their need to hire non-residents of the United States. This visa allows the beneficiary only to work for the sponsoring company to complete the activities described in the petition. The recipient should possess a bachelor’s degree (or its international equivalent) or comply with the required work experience.
H-4 Visas in Miami
The H-4 visa is for immediate family members of the H-1B beneficiary (spouse and children). This visa allows family members to stay in the U.S. during the H-1B beneficiary’s period of approved stay. Those who carry an H-4 visa can study full-time in the U.S., but they cannot obtain a U.S. work permit, with some exceptions.
Obtain Experienced Counsel Today
At Cifuentes-Marrero, P.A., our H visa lawyers in Miami are committed to providing a high level of personal service to each of our clients. When you hire us to resolve your immigration matter, you can benefit from working directly with our skilled attorneys. You can also benefit from our streamlined strategies that enable us to get our clients what they need in the shortest possible time.
If you are in need of a temporary work visa, contact (305) 676-7520 today. Se habla español.
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