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Other Immigration Services

Our deep knowledge of U.S. immigration law provides our clients with access to a wide range of immigration options. With our time-tested expertise, we can help our clients resolve routine matters with remarkable efficiency and craft creative solutions to the most complex problems.

Administrative Processes

Extension/Change of StatusExtend nonimmigrant status or change from current nonimmigrant status to another
Adjustment of StatusApply for permanent residence status without leaving the United States
Consular ProcessApply for nonimmigrant or immigrant visa abroad

Nonimmigrant Visa Categories

B-1 Visitors for BusinessEngaging in commercial activities that does not involve gainful employment
B-2 Visitors for PleasureTourism, visiting friends/family, undergoing medical treatment, participating in amateur music, sports, or similar events with no remuneration
Education & Trainees
F-1 Academic StudentsStudent pursuing full course of study at an institution approved by SEVP and in compliance with SEVIS.
M-2 Vocational StudentsStudying in community/junior college, post-secondary vocational/business school, other vocational or nonacademic curriculum program.
J-1 Exchange VisitorsParticipation in work or study-based exchange programs (professors, scholars, college or university students, teachers, secondary school students, physicians, government visitors, camp counselors, au pairs, summer student work/travel programs, etc.)
H-3 TraineesTemporary work visa for receiving training that is not available in the home country
Q-1 Cultural ExchangeTemporary visa for engaging in training or employment and the sharing of culture, history, and traditions
Business & Employment
H-1B Specialty OccupationFor employment in occupations requiring specialized knowledge and at least a bachelor’s degree
H-1B Fashion ModelsFor employing fashion models of distinguished merit and ability
H-2A Temporary/Seasonal Agricultural WorkersForeign workers engaging in agricultural work of temporary or seasonal nature
H-2B Nonagricultural Temporary/Seasonal WorkersForeign workers engaging in work that is of temporary or seasonal nature
O-1A Extraordinary AbilityFor individuals with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics
O-1B Extraordinary AbilityFor individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, motion picture or television production
P-1 Athletes & Group EntertainersProfessional athletes, internationally recognized athletes, or athletes with internationally recognized teams

Performers with internationally recognized groups
P-2 Reciprocal Exchange ProgramArtist or entertainer (individually or as a group) to perform, teach, or coach in a reciprocal exchange program
P-3 Culturally Unique ProgramArtist or entertainer (individually or as a group) to perform, teach, or coach in a culturally unique program that furthers the understanding or development of an art form
L-1A Executive or ManagerEmployment of an executive or manager from a foreign subsidiary, parent, or affiliate
L-1B Specialized KnowledgeEmployment of a personnel with specialized knowledge from a foreign subsidiary, parent, or affiliate
E-1 Treaty TraderIndividuals engaged in international trade between United States and a foreign treaty country he or she is a national of
E-2 Treaty InvestorNational of a treaty country who makes a qualified investment in the United States
E-3 Australian Specialty OccupationEmployment of Australian nationals in a specialty occupation
R-1 Religious WorkerTemporary employment of ministers or individuals in a religious vocation/occupation
IForeign media representatives performing related work in the United States
Fiancées, Spouses, & Children
K-1Fiancé of U.S. citizen seeking to enter United States for concluding marriage within 90 days
K-3Spouse of U.S. citizen with pending I-130 seeking to enter United States to wait for approval

Immigrant Visa Categories

Immediate Relatives (IR)Spouses of U.S. citizens, children of U.S. citizens who are unmarried and under 21, and parents of U.S. citizens age 21 or older
Preference CategoriesFirst (F1): Unmarried son or daughter (age 21 or over) of U.S. citizen parent

• (F2A) Spouses or unmarried children (under 21) of permanent residents
• (F2B) Unmarried sons and daughters age 21 and older of permanent residents

Third (F3): Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens

Fourth (F4): Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens age 21 or over
EB-1 Extraordinary AbilityIndividuals with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, and athletics
EB-1 Outstanding Professors & ResearchersIndividuals internationally recognized in a specific academic area seeking to pursue tenured employment or research position with academic institution or private employer
EB-1 Multinational Executives and ManagersEmployment of executives and managers of a foreign subsidiary, parent, or affiliate
EB-2 NIWIndividuals with advanced degree or exceptional ability engaged in work that has substantial merit and national importance
EB-2 PERMEmployment of individuals in positions requiring advanced degrees
EB-3 PERMEmployment of individuals in professional, skilled, and unskilled capacities
EB-4 Religious WorkersEmployment of ministers or individuals in a religious vocation/occupation
EB-5 Immigrant InvestorsIndividuals who invested a minimum of $900,000 or $1.8 million in commercial enterprise that created at least 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers

Immigration Litigation

Writ of MandamusA complaint filed in federal district court to compel a government agency to perform an administrative duty

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