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Employment Immigration Attorneys Serving Dallas County

Helping Individuals, Families & Businesses Nationwide with Immigration to the U.S.

Working in the United States is a wonderful privilege and the goal of many of the clients the team at Malik & Associates, PLLC represents. Our Dallas County employment immigration lawyers have guided numerous individuals, families, and businesses through the immigration system to help them hire workers or work legally in the United States.

If you are seeking employment in the United States, our attorneys can assist you in navigating the process and help you secure the work permits necessary for employment in this country. Our legal services are always tailored to the needs and interests of each client.

Give us a call today at (214) 881-2100 for knowledgeable attorneys to guide you through the process.

Understanding U.S. Employment Visas

There are specific procedures that must be followed to obtain and keep an employment visa in the United States. It is extremely important to obey the terms of your visa application or petition. The government takes immigration matters very seriously. Any violation of the terms of your application can result in loss of your status or deportation.

Obtaining an employment visa to work in the United States can be complex and overwhelming procedure, so it is crucial to hire an experienced attorney to guide you. There are a variety of employment forms that correlate with different types of visas. Some of these forms appear quite similar, making it easy for applicants to make costly errors. Our nationwide employment immigration attorneys will provide the guidance you need to ensure you follow the right steps and avoid potential problems.

Types of Employment Visas

There are different types of employment visas to fit different purposes. It is important to apply for the type of employment visa that best fits your situation. Otherwise, your application may be denied, and you will need to begin the process once more. Our immigration law firm helps clients secure the employment visa that best suits their situations.

The Department of Homeland Security separates visas into categories that include:

  • Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Worker – Allows the holder to perform a specific job for a limited period of time.
  • Permanent (Immigration) Worker – Allows an immigrant to live and work in the U.S. indefinitely.
  • Student or Exchange Visitor – Enables students or visitors to work in the U.S., if they have obtained permission from a designated school official.

We can explain the process and evaluate your situation to help you find the best way to obtain the necessary authorization to live and work in the United States. We pride ourselves on finding creative solutions to help our clients reach their goals.

Authorization Information for Employers

Employers are required to confirm that foreign employees are authorized to work in the United States. Some are automatically approved, due to their immigration status. Others need to apply individually for employment authorization. Our Dallas County employment immigration lawyers can assist you in sorting through the requirements for the individuals you are considering hiring.

There are severe penalties for employers who do not adhere to regulations for employment immigration. For this reason, it is important to seek the advice of an experienced immigration attorney, if you are hiring foreign workers. Helping you move forward with your hiring process is our top priority.

Please contact us online or call (214) 881-2100 to learn how we can help with your employment immigration situation. We represent nationwide.

Why Should You Hire Us?

  • Transparency

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  • Accessibility

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  • Creative Solutions

    We look at the law differently to achieve your goals and the best outcome.

  • Educational & Empowering

    We inform our clients about the various outcomes and let them decide.