Mass Visa Petitions
Easy Filing & Management with Our Team
The Sekou Clarke Law Group in Orlando makes it simple and stress-free for your business to file for a large amount of business visas all at once. When you need to bring in plenty of specialists from across borders, or maybe even start a new business here in the United States, you are going to need a stack of visas, each appropriate for each individual person. It is our mission to sort through all the personnel you need, determine the right type of visa for each of them, and handle all of the filing and responses on your behalf. Meanwhile, you can sit back and focus on other parts of your business — or maybe a well-deserved vacation!
Business & Investor Visas We Can File for in Mass
Your business is unique, as are the people who comprise it, and so the business and investor visas you need will be unique as well. No matter the type of visa and how many you require, you can trust in our Orlando lawyers to get the job done and in less time than you might think.
Business-related visas that you may need include:
- H-1B: Workers in specialty occupations generally enter the U.S. through an H-1B visa. Recent political shifts have jeopardized the ease of getting an H-1B visa for a foreign worker, so you should act quickly and with the help of an immigration lawyer.
- H-2B: A business visa designed to temporarily allow a foreigner to enter the U.S. for employment, usually related to a one-time or seasonal occupation. Agricultural services are not permitted under H-2B visas.
- O-1: Individuals who are known for “extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics,” or who are famous in movies and television, can enter the U.S. with an O-1 visa. Need a celebrity to promote your business for a while? An O-1 visa is likely necessary.
- Q-1: A nonimmigrant visa that permits people to enter into the U.S. for a cultural exchange program, which can be related to employment in the States.
- R-1: Members of religious orders may be able to travel into America using an R-1 visa.
Investment visas can be helpful as well, including:
- E-2: For three to five years, an E-2 investor visa holder can enter and work in the U.S. as long as their work is related to an investment property they own or control. When an investment is profitable and the business requires continual support from the investor, it is possible to extend an E-2 visa indefinitely.
- EB-5: If an immigrant investor places a substantial amount of an investment in a commercial enterprise with the goal of creating at least 10 jobs, an EB-5 visa may be appropriate.
As it can be seen, there are many business and investor visa options. Let our team help you sort through them and get all the filing done in mass. It will be a major note checked off on your to-do list, and one less thing standing in the way of your business’s full potential.
Call (407) 269-8774 and ask our Orlando law firm about mass visa petition filings now.
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