Nonimmigrant visas are available in a variety of categories. At The Shpigler Law Firm LLC in Woodstock, Georgia, we secure them for:
|• Foreign Trainees of U.S. Companies
• Intracompany Transferees of International
• Foreign Medical Graduates
|• Researchers & Scholars
|• Domestic Workers
• Business Owners
• Managers on Extended Stay in the U.S.
Our firm also arranges waivers for the two-year foreign residency requirement for foreign medical graduates, enabling them to remain in the U.S.
The following are examples of the types of nonimmigrant visas we assist our clients in obtaining:
H-1B Specialty Occupation Visas
Individuals working in "specialty" (professional) occupations, as well as fashion models, are eligible for H-1B visas, if their employers can show that they will be paid the greater of the prevailing wage or the actual wage for that position.
E1/E2 Treaty Trader and Investor Visas
E visas are available to investors and traders who desire to carry on their trade or business in the U.S., if their home country has a commercial treaty with the U.S.
L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visas
Persons who have worked abroad for one continuous year within the preceding three years in an executive, managerial or specialized knowledge capacity for a qualifying, related business entity and who are being transferred temporarily to the U.S. to work in an executive, managerial or specialized knowledge capacity for a qualifying, related entity may be eligible for an L-1 visa.
K-1 Fiance'/Fiancee' Visas
A fiance' of a U.S. citizen may qualify for a K-1 visa, if the parties get married within 90 days of the alien's arrival in the U.S.
O-1 Individuals of Extraordinary Ability Visas
Aliens who meet the strict requirements of "extraordinary ability" in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics are eligible for O-1 visas.
P-1 Artists, Entertainers & Athlete Visas
P-1 visas are available to internationally known athletes, certain performance artists and culturally unique entertainers.
J-1 Exchange Visitor Visas
Individuals coming to the U.S. in an approved exchange program may be eligible for a J-1 visa.
R-1 Religious Worker Visas
Religious workers who have been a member of a bonafide religious denomination for the two years immediately preceding the time of application may qualify for an R-1 Visa.