If you are considering petitioning for a work visa to work in The Villages, FL, you must choose the proper immigration visa, meet its qualifications, and have the necessary documentation to support your petition. For an EB-4 work visa, this could include paperwork from you and your employer.
An work visa lawyer in The Villages from Bogin, Munns & Munns can help you weigh your options, file your petition for an EB-4 work visa, and navigate the process on your behalf. We also fight denials and help our clients get approved to live and work in The Villages and other areas of central Florida. You can contact us today for a free consultation.
Our Work Visa Attorneys in The Villages, FL, Can Review and File Your EB-4 Petition
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our immigration lawyers help clients determine which work visa best fits their industry, qualifications, time limits, and other terms. Several types of visas are available, including multiple categories of employment visas. Most people only qualify under one category, making it essential to petition for the right one. Otherwise, you will unlikely receive approval to work in the United States.
The EB-4 visa is an employment-based visa for special immigrants. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) lists qualifying immigrants to include:
- Religious workers
- Certain broadcasters
- Special Immigrant Juveniles
- Certain retired employees of a G-4 international organization
- NATO-6 civilian employees and family members
- Certain U.S. government employees and family members
- U.S. Armed Forces members
- Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone government employees
- Certain physicians licensed in the U.S. as of Jan. 9, 1978
- Those who assisted investigations against criminal or terrorist organizations
Our team in The Villages can determine if an EB-4 visa is right for you and file your petition on your behalf if so. If you have encountered roadblocks after petitioning for this visa, we can help you, too. You can contact us today for your free initial consultation with our team.
To consult with an experienced eb-4 work visa lawyer serving The Villages, call 855-780-9986
How Can Our EB-4 Work Visa Lawyer Help With an Immigration Case in The Villages?
When you work with a work visa lawyer in The Villages from our law firm, you have someone who will manage the immigration process from start to finish, saving you time and frustration. We can review your situation and determine the best visa for you to pursue/ We will also explain the qualifications you would have to meet and discuss how the petition process for employment-based immigration works.
If you hire our team, we will handle all parts of your petition. This includes:
- Answering your questions
- Explaining the necessary steps
- Gathering documentation
- Completing and filing paperwork
- Working with your employer to complete forms if required
- Keeping you up to date about your petition’s status
- Troubleshooting any issues that occur
- Gathering and submitting additional documents when required
We understand the requirements for each category of EB-4 visa, including when you need a Form I-360 and who needs to complete it. Sometimes, this is your employer, or it might be you. Some categories do not require it at all.
We can also help file paperwork for your family to move to the United States. Under some EB-4 classifications, your spouse and qualifying children under age 21 can move to the United States based on your visa.
Bogin, Munns & Munns provides free consultations. You can learn more about your options and how our team can help during this free conversation with our team.
The Villages EB-4 Work Visa Lawyer Near Me 855-780-9986
Our Lawyers Apply Decades of Experience When Helping Immigration Applicants in The Villages
If you hope to live and work in Sumter or Marion counties, our team can guide you. We represent clients hoping to move to the United States temporarily or permanently through a U.S. work visa program such as EB-4.
Since 1979, our full-service law firm has represented clients petitioning for or dealing with issues related to work visas and other immigration concerns. You do not have to worry about trying to navigate petitioning for your EB-4 work visa on your own, dealing with roadblocks that occur, or fighting a denial.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we understand how important your employment visa is to your family’s desire to live and work in The Villages. We want to assist you in meeting your goals and make the petitioning process as easy as possible.
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Our Employment Visa Attorneys Handle Various Immigration Issues in The Villages
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our immigration attorneys can help clients with any immigration petition or issue. We can handle many types of petitions from start to finish, ensuring you take the proper steps and provide the required documentation. This includes:
- Family visas, including CR, F, I, and K visas
- Employment visas
- Nonimmigrant visas
- Permanent residency (green card)
- Naturalization (citizenship)
We also represent asylum seekers and refugees hoping to live and work in the United States.
Even if we do not handle your petition from the start, our team can step in and help you deal with immigration issues when they occur. This could include:
- Issues with your petition
- Denied petitions
- Deportation cases
- Illegal reentry
Our Florida immigration attorneys understand the enormous effect an issue with your documentation could have on you and your family. We fight to keep families together and protect your ability to live and work in The Villages.
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Call Today for a Free Consultation – We Help EB-4 Work Visa Applicants in The Villages, FL
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our immigration team provides free consultations from more than a dozen offices in Central Florida. We will assess your options and discuss how we can file your petition for an EB-4 work visa, overcome issues with your petition, or challenge a denial. You can also visit our frequently asked immigration questions (FAQs) page for information that could apply to your situation.
Contact us today via telephone or using our online contact form.