Employment Visas

Employment Visas: Your Gateway to Opportunity and Success

We are committed to assisting you in obtaining employment visas in Texas. Our team provides personalized guidance and strategic support throughout the visa application process, ensuring that your qualifications are properly recognized. Our objective is to facilitate your integration into Texas's professional landscape and to ensure a seamless transition.

Below are various employment visas you may be eligible for:

Individuals with extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, and multinational executives and managers.
  • Extraordinary Ability:
    • Requires sustained national or international acclaim in sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.
  • Outstanding Professors and Researchers:
    • Reserved for internationally recognized academics with extensive teaching or research experience.
  • Multinational Executives and Managers:
    • For executives and managers transferred from multinational companies to U.S. offices.
Professionals with advanced degrees or exceptional ability
  • Advanced Degree Professionals:
    • Demands at least a master’s degree or equivalent and a job offer from a U.S. employer.
  • Exceptional Ability:
    • Seeks individuals with exceptional talents in sciences, arts, or business, requiring a job offer from a U.S. employer
Skilled workers, professionals, and unskilled workers.
  • Skilled Workers:
    • Requires at least two years of job experience or training and a job offer necessitating such skills.
  • Professionals:
    • Mandates a U.S. bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent, along with a job offer commensurate with the degree.
  • Unskilled Workers (Other Workers):
    • Intended for those capable of performing unskilled labor that demands less than two years of training or experience.
Special immigrants, including religious workers, broadcasters, Iraqi and Afghan translators, and employees of the U.S. government abroad.
Geared towards immigrant investors willing to inject substantial capital into a new commercial enterprise in the U.S.

Requires an investment of at least $1.8 million (or $900,000 in specific areas) and creation or preservation of at least 10 full-time jobs for qualifying U.S. workers within two years of the investor’s admission to the U.S.

If you believe you are eligible, contact us below today!

Securing an employment visa involves several steps...

You have our support through every single one of them!

1. Determine Eligibility

Schedule an appointment with us and we will work together to assess which employment-based visa category aligns with your qualifications and circumstances. Please read the list above to familiarize yourself with the different visa types and identify which may be the most appropriate for you.

Secure a job offer from a Texas-based employer who is willing to sponsor your visa application. Ensure the job meets the requirements of the chosen visa category and aligns with Texas’s labor market needs.

For some visa categories, such as EB-2 and EB-3, your employer may need to obtain a labor certification from the Texas Workforce Commission to demonstrate the unavailability of qualified U.S. workers for the position.

Your employer files Form I-140 with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to petition for your immigrant status based on employment, with specific attention to Texas’s regional processing centers.

Depending on visa availability and your country of origin, you may need to wait for a priority date to become current before proceeding with your visa application, considering Texas’s demand for certain skilled workers.

Attend an interview at the U.S. embassy or consulate, taking into account Texas’s proximity to consular services, where a consular officer will evaluate your eligibility for the visa.

Upon approval, you will receive your employment-based immigrant visa, allowing you to travel to Texas to begin your employment within the state’s diverse and vibrant economy.

If you are already in the United States, you may need to adjust your status to that of a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) through USCIS, with recognition of Texas’s specific immigration offices and procedures. If you are outside the U.S., you can enter with your immigrant visa to commence employment in Texas.

Once in Texas, ensure you comply with the terms and conditions of your visa to maintain your lawful immigration status and work authorization, in accordance with both federal regulations and any state-specific requirements.

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Udo is well-versed in employment law in Texas and will help guide you towards obtaining the right visa to say and work in the great state of Texas..

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step toward a timely and efficient visa application process.

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