- B-1 Visas for business visitors
- R Visas for religious workers and their spouses and unmarried children
- P Visas for athletes, artists and entertainment groups
- L Visas for executives, managers and workers with specialized knowledge
- TN Visas for Canadian and Mexican NAFTA workers
- O Visas for individuals with extraordinary abilities or achievements
- H-1B Visas for employers looking to hire non-immigrants with a specific skill set
- H-2A Visas for employers looking to hire temporary agricultural workers
- H-2B Visas for employers looking to hire temporary non-agricultural workers
- E-3 Visas for Australian professionals looking to work in the U.S.
- EB Visas for non-immigrant workers
As you can see the immigration system is made up of a number of different visas that allow applicants to relocate to the United States and seek employment. However, it is important to note that most of these visas do not allow applicants to reside permanently in the United States. If you hope to remain permanently in the United States, it is extremely important for you to consult with an immigration lawyer early in the process so that you can ensure that the visa you apply for will help you in those efforts.
Paying for an Immigration Attorney
International moves can be expensive, time consuming and stressful and we do not want our services to become an added burden for you or your family. As a result, we offer customized fee schedules for our clients to ensure that you get the representation you need at a fair and reasonable price. Additionally, if your employer is sponsoring your visa we will happily work with them to arrange payment. Don’t let payment issues keep you from pursuing your dreams, call the immigration attorneys at Youngblood & Associates to learn more about how hiring an immigration lawyer may be more affordable than you think.