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Immigration Services For Employers

Skilled legal team located in Washington D.C.

Deutsch, Killea and Eapen represents many U.S. businesses, large and small.  We can assist you to obtain temporary work permits or permanent resident status for your employees.  We also develop I-9 compliance plans, which are required whether your business employs only Americans, only foreign nationals or both. Our immigration attorneys, based in Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., are ready to assist you in several languages besides English, including French, Spanish or Russian language.

Temporary immigration work permits for your employees

Many types of temporary, work-related visas are available for your employees, including H1B for professional workers, L-1 for intracompany transferees, E-1 for “treaty traders,” E-2 for “treaty investors,” O-1 for “extraordinary ability” scientists, artists, executives or athletes, R-1 for religious workers, and others. As a full-service immigration law firm, we can obtain work permits for your employees.

Permanent residence for your employees

A permanent resident card, also known as a “green card,” gives an employee the right to live permanently in the United States. Employment and family relationships are common bases for applying for permanent residence status.

Some employment-based categories for permanent residence include:

  • “Extraordinary ability” in the arts, sciences, athletics or business
  • “Outstanding” accomplishments as a researcher or professor
  • “National interest waiver”
  • Employee transfers to the U.S. from abroad for multinational companies
  • Labor certification

Immigration law compliance for companies, no matter if your employees are foreign, American or both

U.S. immigration laws impose numerous requirements on businesses, with respect to their foreign and American employees. Employers have an affirmative duty to learn about and comply with the immigration laws.  Further details are provided on our website and USCIS’ website.

Your employees’ immigration needs

Our immigration attorneys will recommend the appropriate strategy for your situation.  We can help you with:

Contact us to discuss your company’s immigration needs

If your employee needs immigration assistance, contact Deutsch, Killea and Eapen in Washington, D.C. today to arrange a consultation. Contact one of our attorneys at 202-728-0820 or contact us through our online inquiry form.

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