Professional Visas H1B

Long Island H1B Visa Attorney · Commack, New York, Work Visa Lawyer

Sometimes employment pools do not provide job candidates that match an employer’s needs. Under such circumstances, U.S. employers can look for foreign candidates that meet their job specifications and sponsor an H1B visa petition for a foreign employee with specialized skills. Examples of such specialized professionals include computer programmers, engineers and scientists, to name a few.


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Legal Help Obtaining H1B Visas

If you need to obtain an H1B visa or want to change your immigration status, the Long Island Law Offices of William A. Streppone can provide you with the legal help you need. We assist employers and foreign professionals who work with United States employers in New York and nationwide. Discuss your immigration law concerns with us and we will strive to resolve them for you.

About the H1B Visa

An H1B visa allows foreign workers to enter the United States for a limited time. An employer must sponsor the individual who must also meet H1B requirements. Requirements for obtaining an H1B visa, include:

  • A United States employer must offer the individual a specialty occupation involving special skills in certain fields
  • The employer must prove that the same occupation is offered to U.S. nationals
  • The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

Applying for H1B Status

The United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) establishes a cap on H1B visas every year, which means there are a limited number of H-1B visas allotted for working professionals. The application process begins in April and employment based on the visa begins in October of the same year. When you turn to the Law Offices of William A. Streppone to guide you in obtaining an H1B visa, we work with you to ensure that your application process is handled correctly.

If you have questions regarding your work status or immigration issues, our New York law firm will be glad to answer them for you.

Contact an H1B Visa Lawyer

We can explain current H1B visa quotas and provide effective legal help for obtaining a visa. Call our Long Island law firm at (631) 265-3988 and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your objective with an experienced immigration attorney. William Streppone is available to meet with clients during evening hours by appointment. Our office accepts all major credit cards.

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