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Work Visa Attorney California

Benicia Vallejo Employment Immigration Lawyer

How can you get a work visa so you can be employed in the United States?

At the V. Thomas Langford, we can answer your work permit questions and provide quality representation to guide you through the clearance process. Employment Visas

We also work with your prospective employers to determine the types of visas needed and the best ways to petition for them.

The sooner you begin the employment visa process, the sooner we can equip you with the information you need. One of the work visas described below may apply to you. If so, call us.

  • H-1B1 Professional Worker Visas allow professionals in "specialty occupations" to work in the United States for up to three years.
  • L-1A Intra-Company Manager and Executive Visas and L-1B Intra-Company
    Specialized Knowledge Worker Visas
    cover those employed outside the United States as executives, managers, or in positions requiring specialized knowledge.
  • I-140 Employment based Immigrant Visas allow an employer to hire a foreign worker to work permanently in the United States.
  • Labor Certification Applications for Permanent Employment to obtain approval from the U.S. Department of Labor regarding the employment of a foreign worker in the United States.
  • I-9 Compliance requires all U.S. employers to vouch for the employment eligibility and identity of all employees.

Wherever you are, within the U.S. or around the world, the V. Thomas Langford can help. The information and clear strategies you need to make informed decisions about immigration and naturalization are as close as your phone.


V. Thomas Langford

1001 Madison St
Benicia, CA 94510
Phone: (707) 747-5133
Fax: (707) 747-5146
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