Employment-Based Immigration – Temporary: 

Non-immigrant visas are for temporary residence in the U.S. Many non-immigrant visa categories require foreign nationals to demonstrate a non-immigrant intent or proof that they have a residence in a foreign country, which they have no intention of abandoning. Other non-immigrant visa categories permit dual intent – the intent to either reside temporarily or permanently in the U.S.

People can come to the U.S. on either a permanent or temporary basis. There are many different options that can be available and often it is difficult to discern which is the best choice as different visas have different requirements.  The US immigration system is complicated and even minor mistakes in an application can lead to denial of a visa.  While in any legal process there can be no guarantee of a result, due to the number of variables that are in play, the experience and dedication of a qualified immigration attorney can help alleviate many of the issues that can arise during the immigration process and significantly increase your chances of receiving an approval of your application.



Each situation is unique and there is no ``one size fits all`` solution. Call us today so that we can understand your situation and develop an immigration process that is right for you based on your individual circumstances.