Practical Immigration Guidance For Individuals And Employers
Immigrants are vital to the rich and dynamic communities of Upstate New York and all over the United States. However, the immigration process in the United States is often complicated and time-consuming. Working with an experienced immigration attorney can help make the process easier and ensure you don’t miss any crucial details or steps.
At Weaver Mancuso Brightman PLLC, we represent and companies and individuals in employment and family-based immigration as well as I-9 compliance and guidance. We understand the gravity that immigration decisions have on individuals, businesses, and families. We use a collective approach to work together to provide reasonable guidance and sound representation for immigrants, families and employers located all over the United States.
What Type Of Visa Do I Need?
The United States has different types of visas available depending on why an individual is coming to the United States. For example, L-1 visas allow multinational employers to transfer certain executives, managers, or employees with specialized knowledge to the U.S. An O-1 visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, education, business or athletics. The H-1B visa is for professional level positions that require a specific type of degree, like engineers, doctors, professors, or dentists. Our immigration attorneys will review your circumstances and help determine which visa is right for you or your employees.
We can help you with a variety of visas and petitions, including:
- Permanent residence petitions (employment and family-based)
- I-751 petitions
- L-1 petitions
- E-1 and E-2 visas
- H-1B petitions
- H-1B1 and E-3 visas
- O-1 visas
- TN applications
- B-1/B-2 visas
- J-1 waivers
By Your Side Through Every Step Of The Visa And Immigration Process
Working with an experienced immigration attorney can help you succeed. To schedule a consultation, use our online form, or call us at our Rochester location at 585-301-4777 or our Baldwinsville office at 315-303-3408.