Employment-Based Green Cards
Long Island & Manhattan Attorneys Serving Your Immigration Needs
Our Long Island immigration lawyers at Hedayati Law Group, P.C. have more than 80 years of collective legal experience to offer. We can help you understand your rights and options, and guide you through every step of the immigration process. Whether you are an employer, HR of a company, or an investor looking to obtain a visa, we can assist you.
Our team handles a broad range of immigration legal services, including family immigration, employment immigration, naturalization, and more. Call (631) 880-6440 to learn more about how we can serve your needs.
Employment-Based Immigration Visas
Labor Certification and Permanent Employment Visas (EB-2, 3)
- This is an immigrant visa category which shall allow certain employers petition on behalf of their employees, most commonly those in medicine, science, or other specialized fields that require a higher degree. The individuals, if approved, shall be provided Legal Permanent Residence in the United States.
Individuals of Extraordinary Ability Visas (O1-, EB-1)
- This visa category is for both nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for individuals of extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences or business, are an outstanding professor or researcher, or are a multinational executive or manager. Each occupational category has certain requirements that must be met.
- Investors who plan to invest a minimum of $500,000 or $1,000,000 in a U.S. business that employs at least 10 workers may qualify for an investor visa. The investor must be actively involved in the visa and engage in a business that benefits the U.S. economy.
Special Immigrants (EB-4)
- This category of visa is reserved for special immigrants, such as broadcasters, religious workers, physicians, and other workers who may not fit into the other visa categories.
Helping Employers Hire the Right Talent
For years, our team has worked closely with businesses and organizations to help them find the right immigration solutions for their workers. Let's discuss your situation and how we can guide you through the visa process.
Start with a consultation: (631) 880-6440.