Business Immigration Lawyer
All U.S. Employers are subject to U.S. Immigration Laws. Each U.S. employer is required to check immigration documents of employees hired after November 6, 1986 and complete the Employment Eligibility Verification Form (Form I-9) accurately to ensure that the employee is eligible to work in the United States. Failure to verify the immigration documents for employees and/or complete the Form I-9 accurately could subject the employers to both civil and criminal penalties.
The Law Offices of KahBo Dye-Chiew, business immigration attorney, works with business employers and corporations of all sizes that seek the benefits of U.S. commerce.
We offer a variety of types of assistance in order to help companies achieve growth and expansion:
- Classification as a multinational corporation
- Classification as a treaty-investor corporation
- Classification as an immigrant-investor company
- Ability to transfer foreign executives, managers or other key personnel and hire employees through the maintenance of appropriate immigrant or nonimmigrant visas for these employees
Immigration law for professionals
Similar to the H-1B Visas discussed above except that they are only available for persons who are citizens of Australia. Although there is an annual cap of 10,500 new E-3 visas which may be issued in a fiscal year, this cap has not yet been met.