Immigration – Investor & Employment-Based

In today’s global economy, U.S. businesses rely on international mobility and foreign talent more than ever. The Immigration Practice Group at Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg helps U.S. businesses and foreign entrepreneurs, executives, professionals, artists, musicians, celebrity chefs, and athletes navigate complex U.S. immigration laws.  Our attorneys work closely with our clients, who come from all over the world, to develop a strategy that fits the unique needs of each individual and business.

Some of the business and employment-based immigration processes our firm can help you with include:

  • B-1 (temporary business visitor)
  • B-2 (tourist or medical treatment visa)
  • E-1 (treaty trader visa)
  • E-2 (treaty investor visa)
  • E-3 (specialty occupation for Australians)
  • EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 – Permanent residency (green cards) based upon employment, including labor certification (PERM) where necessary
  • EB-4 (special immigrant religious worker)
  • EB-5 (immigrant investor visas)
  • ESTA (temporary permission to travel in the U.S. under the Electronic System for Travel Authorization)
  • F-1 (student visa)
  • H-1B (specialty occupation worker visa)
  • H-1B1 (U.S. Free Trade Agreement Professional visa for Chileans and Singaporeans)
  • H-2A (temporary agricultural worker visa)
  • H-1B (temporary non-agricultural worker visa)
  • H-3 (trainee visa)
  • J-1 (research, professional training and cultural exchange visa)
  • L-1A (intracompany executive or manager visa)
  • L-1B (intracompany specialized knowledge visa)
  • L-1 Blanket (blanket intracompany transferee visa)
  • M-1 (vocational student visa)
  • O-1 (extraordinary ability visa)
  • P-1A (athletic competition visa)
  • P-1B (entertainment group visa)
  • TN (professional worker visas for Canadian and Mexican citizens under USMCA (formerly NAFTA))
  • Compliance (I-9 employment eligibility verification, USCIS and ICE site visits, and government audits)

Our Immigration Practice Group also handles family-based immigration, citizenship, and humanitarian options. To complement the above services, our international taxation practice group can provide pre-immigration tax planning.