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Proven Arizona Lawyers Help Clients Get Work Visas and Investor Visas

Tucson attorneys advise employees, companies and investors

The U.S. is the land of opportunity. Therefore, giving foreign workers (who can provide a skilled service to our country), and providing investors (who can invest their foreign money in our country instead of their own), the chance to succeed in the United States benefits individuals, companies, the community and our country.  Numerous programs and laws exist that allow employers to bring people of foreign countries here for employment purposes, but the rules and processes that govern those laws are complex. There are also laws that allow investors to receive immigrant and non-immigrant visa, but again, those processes are also complex. Whether you are a person looking to work here in the US, or you are an international investor or a business seeking to attract qualified employees, the experienced immigration attorneys at Ayala Law Office, P.C. will provide the legal counsel and representation that you need. With offices located in Tucson, AZ and Addison, TX, our Tucson office will advise clients on the requirements and rules issued by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and we will advocate with you for a favorable resolution and approval of the work or investor related petitions that you have chosen to file. If you are seeking a work visa or an investor visa, do not hesitate to contact us so that we can use the necessary legal mechanisms that exist to help you and your employees, or companies looking to grow in this economy.

Pima County law firm handles temporary non-immigrant visas and permanent immigrant visa applications

Our accomplished Arizona immigration attorneys take on a full range of employment and investor visa matters, including:

  • Permanent residency for work related visas — Though changes can always occur, the United States has granted 140,000 immigrant visas to be issued annually to individulas who are looking for permanent residency in this country and who are skilled professionals. The three basic classifications to qualify under this category are people with extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, and executives with multinational companies.
  • Temporary status — When companies need skilled employees under the H-1B program, seasonal workers or another types of skilled workers, they can be brought to the US on a temporary basis by applying through USCIS for work visas, including TN visas. Our firm will work with the employer or the employee to diligently match the needs of the employer to the employee and we will also assist in gathering the relevant evidence necessary to file with USCIS under the visa program.
  • Specialty visas — Programs exist to help religious personnel, artists, those with extra ordinary ability, farm workers and others match up with U.S. employers and organizations who seek their services. If you are a person or extra ordinary experience you do not need an employer to qualify. If you are an employer or a person seeking one of these visas, contact the qualified attorneys at our firm and we will help you petition under the requisite visa category. Our immigration lawyers can help.
  • Investment opportunities — Entrepreneurs, traders and others individuals who seek to invest in this country are eligible to apply for an E-5 permanent immigrant visa or a temporary non-immigrant visa allowing admission under the E-1 or E-2 programs.  Although the process is complicated, our firm has a proven track record of approved applications and petitions filed with USCIS under this category. Specific standards will vary, and we will review your evidence in detail and advise you as to the best category to file under that fits your situation.

No matter what type of work authorization you seek for yourself or for a foreign employee, the process and details needed will be arduous. Retaining a qualified lawyer to assist you at the outset of your application process will increase your likelihood of having a successful resolution.

Contact our knowledgeable Arizona immigration attorneys for assistance with your work-related visa or investor visa

Ayala Law Office, P.C. will help you secure a non-immigrant or immigrant visas related to the employment and investment rules and laws of the United States. Please call our office at 520-365-3185 or contact us online to schedule a consultation appointment at our Tucson office.

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    509 S. 6th Ave. (Near Armory Park)
    Tucson, Arizona 85701
    Phone: 520-202-0391
    Fax: 520-202-0392