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Permanent Residencies For Business

Immigrants can become permanent residents of the United States. Donnelly Ritigstein Law Offices in Camden County guides employers through the immigration processes to help secure employment of immigrants, specifically those who wish to become permanent residents.

We can advise you on the path to take as well as your role in the process as a business owner. To learn more in a free office consultation, please call our attorneys at 856-324-6147 or toll free 866-907-6368.

We Can Help You Hire Foreign Workers

U.S. immigration law allows for employees with the correct skills to be admitted on a temporary or permanent basis. Our immigration lawyers are here to answer your questions, ensure that you and your employees meet all necessary requirements and obtain your immigration goals. The following items should be kept in mind as we move forward with the process.

  • The five types of business immigrant visas — EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-4 and EB-5 — are in limited quantities per country each year.
  • A permanent resident, or "green card" holder, can live and work in the U.S. for the remainder of his or her life, provided he or she does not get deported for a criminal offense.
  • As an employer, you can sponsor a business immigrant. Or, the immigrant can petition for themselves based upon an "extraordinary ability" in a specific field.
  • As an employer, we can assist you in obtaining Department of Labor certification to show that no U.S. workers are able, willing or qualified to take the employment position that you are offering to the immigrant.

Contact Us For A Free Office Consultation

The above information is very brief, and there is much more to this process that you should be concerned about as a business owner. We can talk to you in-depth and guide you through the process. Schedule a free consultation at our office to learn more. Our New Jersey lawyers can be reached at 856-324-6147 or toll free at 866-907-6368. You can also contact us online.