Immigration Law Las Vegas takes on employment-based immigration cases in Las Vegas, NV. There are a variety of visa classifications which vary in duration. Some also permit workers to bring along their dependents. In many cases, you’re required to leave the U.S. if your visa expires or if your employment is terminated.

When you want to obtain a business-based immigration visa, get in touch with Immigration Law Las Vegas. Your immigration attorney will help you navigate the complicated legal landscape of employment-based immigration law.

Types of visas

Types of visas

Did you know that there are more than 20 types of visas available for workers? A few of these include:

L-1 visas: Intracompany transferees
R-1 visas: Religious workers
O-1 visas: Workers with extraordinary abilities or achievements
E-1 treaty trader visa: allows foreign nationals of a treaty nation to enter into the U.S. and carry out substantial trade
E-2 Investor Visa: allows an individual to enter and work inside of the United States based on an investment they will be controlling, while inside the United States
E3 Visa must be going to the United States solely to work in a specialty occupation

The eligibility requirements vary for each type of visa.

To work with a visa attorney in Las Vegas, NV, reach out to Immigration Law Las Vegas today.

EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program

EB-5 Benefits

EB-5 immigrant visa benefits include:

  • A direct route to a Green Card
  • No day-to-day business management with the regional center investment
  • Permanent residency in the United States for you, your spouse and any children under 21
  • Live, work, study and/or retire anywhere in the United States
  • Become a U.S Citizen after 5 years of being a green card holder
  • No Quota Backlogs. There are many delays and backlogs for employment and family based green card categories but there is no backlog for the EB-5 Visa Investor category.
  • No Sponsor Needed. Foreign investors use their own personal funds and do not require sponsorship from either an employer or a family member.