Work Visa Applications, Durham, NC

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We can help with your work visa application.

A work visa is a legal document that allows you to come and work in the U.S. for a certain period of time. You usually need to obtain a work visa if you wish to come to the U.S. and engage in employment or business activities when you are not a citizen or permanent resident.

Work Visa Applications in Durham, North Carolina

To obtain a work visa, you must receive sponsorship from your employer. Your employer must also demonstrate that there is a genuine need for the skills or expertise you bring that cannot be met by the local labor market. Your employer may need to provide documents such as a job offer letter, proof of business registration, and evidence of efforts to recruit local workers as part of the work visa application.

Work visa applications also need you to submit an application to the immigration authorities here in the U.S. with supporting documentation, which may include a valid passport, proof of qualifications or experience, and depending on your case, a criminal background check.

At Barbarin Law Group PC, our law firm has helped many clients successfully fill out work visa applications and receive legal status to come and work in the U.S. We can help you avoid common issues with work visa applications, so you can bolster your case and make it more likely that you will receive a work visa.

We provide immigration services here in the Durham, North Carolina area and would be happy to talk to you more about your application. Contact our law firm today to set up a consultation.

At Barbarin Law Group PC, we help clients with work visa applications in North Carolina, including Durham, Raleigh, Moncure, Burlington, Fayetteville, Sanford, Siler City, and Chatham County.


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