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Massachusetts Employment Immigration Lawyer

Looking for Employment in the United States and Need an Employment Immigration Attorney in the Boston Area That Always Calls You Back, Listens to You, Clearly Communicates the Options with You and Has Helped Many Others in Situations Just Like Yours?

Businesses who are seeking people with unique skills may utilize employment-based visas to reach out to people outside of the country to come to the United States either temporarily or permanently for work. These visas are provided to people who have skills that are beneficial to the American economy.

Why Choose Nomos Law Group LLC to Resolve Your Immigration Case?

  • Confidential Assessment – We meet with you in person or consult with you over the phone, we listen, and provide options and solutions.
  • Various Languages Available – Not English speaking? Not a problem. We speak many languages other than English including Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Greek.
  • Highly Responsive – We pride ourselves in fast response times when communicating with our clients. We will never let your questions or concerns go unaddressed.
  • Efficient – Our approach focuses on efficiency and speed to resolve cases as quickly as we can so you can put this situation behind you.
  • No Case Is Too Difficult or Complex – This is where tenacity and knowledge of the law matters. We do what is necessary even in difficult cases.
  • Straight Shooters – Your situation requires honesty from both us and yourself. We will tell you what you need to know, not necessarily what you want to hear.
  • Caring & Compassionate (truly) – We get emotionally invested in our clients and their goals. When you get positive news about your immigration case, we are as excited as you are!
  • We Keep You Updated – Transparency is important. We want you to know what’s happening with your case at all points in the process.
  • Flexible Meeting Times – To accommodate your busy schedule. We can consult with you after work and on Saturdays.
  • Free Consultations – Schedule your free consultation, to see how we can help you today.
  • You Can’t Afford a Mistake – Attempting to obtain a visa by the willful misrepresentation of a material fact or fraud may result in you becoming permanently ineligible to receive a U.S. visa or enter the United States. We walk you through each step and explain in detail, don’t risk your future eligibility.

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Time is of the essence in most cases. All categories of employment-based immigrant visas are issued in the chronological order in which the petitions were filed until the annual numerical limit for the category is reached. The filing date of a petition becomes the applicant's priority date. Immigrant visas cannot be issued until an applicant's priority date is reached. In certain heavily oversubscribed categories, there may be a waiting period of several years before a priority date is reached. Contact us today to get your timeline started.

Immigration in Massachusetts

If you’ve tried to navigate the immigration process yourself, you know how challenging it can be. The U.S. government puts various hurdles in place, creating a great deal of difficulty and confusion. Fortunately, you can hire a Massachusetts immigration lawyer to handle the process for you. Our compassionate, multilingual legal services take the stress out of the immigration process. We will also eliminate the confusion by explaining every step of the process and letting you know what to expect. Instead of trying to get through the process yourself, contact us today for a free consultation.

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Employment Visas We Can Assist With

  • Employment First Preference (EB1): Priority Worker and Persons of Extraordinary Ability

    There are three sub-groups within this category:

    1. Persons with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. Applicants in this category must have extensive documentation showing sustained national or international acclaim and recognition in their fields of expertise. Such applicants do not have to have specific job offers, so long as they are entering the U.S. to continue work in the fields in which they have extraordinary ability.
    2. Outstanding professors and researchers with at least three years experience in teaching or research, who are recognized internationally. Applicants in this category must be coming to the U.S. to pursue tenure, tenure track teaching, or a comparable research position at a university or other institution of higher education. The prospective employer must provide a job offer and file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, Form I-140, with the USCIS.
    3. Multinational managers or executives who have been employed for at least one of the three preceding years by the overseas affiliate, parent, subsidiary, or branch of the U.S. employer. The applicant’s employment outside of the U.S. must have been in a managerial or executive capacity, and the applicant must be coming to work in a managerial or executive capacity. The prospective employer must provide a job offer and file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, Form I-140, with the USCIS.
  • Employment Second Preference (EB2): Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability

    There are two subgroups within this category:

    1. Professionals holding an advanced degree (beyond a baccalaureate degree), or a baccalaureate degree and at least five years progressive experience in the profession.
    2. Persons with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business. Exceptional ability means having a degree of expertise significantly above that ordinarily encountered in the sciences, arts, or business.
  • Employment Third Preference (EB3): Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers (Other Workers)

    There are three subgroups within this category:

    1. Skilled workers are persons whose jobs require a minimum of two years training or work experience that are not temporary or seasonal.
    2. Professionals are members of the professions whose jobs require at least a baccalaureate degree from a U.S. university or college or its foreign equivalent degree.
    3. Unskilled workers (other workers) are persons capable of filling positions that require less than two years training or experience that are not temporary or seasonal.

Client Reviews– Nomos Law Group LLC

Our team works passionately to provide clients with the highest quality service throughout their immigration process. The sensitive nature of immigration law means that we treat our clients with the compassion and respect they deserve. An individual and personalized analysis of each case allows us to seek optimal, results-oriented solutions to complex immigration problems. In pursuit of our mission, the immigration attorney strives to exceed clients' expectations in all aspects of their legal representation.

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Employment Visa and Your Family

Based on your approved petition, your spouse and minor unmarried children, younger than 21, may apply for immigrant visas with you. Like you, they must also fill out required application forms, obtain required civil documents, pay the required fees, and undergo medical examinations. Same-sex spouses of U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs), along with their minor children, are now eligible for the same immigration benefits as opposite-sex spouses. Nomos Law Group LLC can also assist you with the family aspect of immigration visas.

Our Location

We help families in Boston, Cambridge, Worcester, Somerville, Quincy, Waltham, Framingham, and many more throughout Massachusetts.

What To Do Now:

If you are in need of an experienced and aggressive immigration lawyer, we welcome your questions and want to understand your situation and goals to help you move forward and achieve the peace of mind that comes with having everything done properly and efficiently. Since time is often critical to ensure the best result, contact us now by calling (833) 617-8654 or complete the form on this page above to schedule a free consultation. All information is confidential.

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