Invest In Your Human Capital
Immigration is an investment into quality of life, and people are the most important investment of any corporation. A company must be able to relate with its people’s needs. From there, a successful firm develops values that are engraved in its very core.
We help companies and individuals get certified and authorized to work in the United States.
As immigrants ourselves, we know the importance of status, deadlines, and immigration violations that can hamper our ability to lead a peaceful life.
Our corporate clients are in the compliance with U.S. Federal Immigration Laws as we provide them with up to date information in changes in law and policy that would affect, or benefit, their foreign labor force through the period of employment.
Rodriguez Law Firm strives for excellence in every situation with the best outcome possible.
We put our best effort forward every single time. We work with our clients one-on-one to help them achieve their goals a successful outcome each time.
Our philosophy is simple, and is based on consistency and dedication to each case, because each case is different. Without much branding or marketing (until recently!), most of our business has come from client referrals. We apply this philosophy in our representation of global employers tailoring integrated packages for immigration global solutions. Rodriguez Law Firm has distinguished itself from other immigration law firms in its unparalleled commitment to client service, and its ability to solve complex problems of any type.
For skilled, non-skilled and professionals that need employment-based non-immigrant visas.
Investment and immigration law are two very different fields, but still coexist together. They are two parallel universes that intertwine and come together in human resources and employer labor options.
There are several types of non-immigrant visas individuals can benefit from depending on trade experience and education. At Rodriguez Law Firm, we’ve represented various types of clients including:
Rodriguez Law Firm can help you with the following:
- Failing out of work place compliance
- Audit labor fines
- Lapsed work visa renewals
- Unfair BALKA determinations
- Missed residency availabilities
What To Expect From Our Legal Process
Our firm provides the necessary framework to supply the demand for professional personnel to U.S. organizations while creating workplace diversity to promote learning from others and growing as a culture.
We specializes in a wide range of specialty visas for business organizations and private individuals who require an acute understanding of business needs and regulatory requirements when dealing with Government agencies.
Experienced legal advise is provided in guiding organizations and individuals on a variety of immigration issues with the primary goal of strategically planning the international relocation of personnel into the United States. We connect Corporate America with foreign individuals to meet their staffing demand by obtaining visas for professionals, health industry personnel managers and executives, essential workers, corporate trainees and students.
3. Business Development
Each year, thousands of employers in the United States hire foreign nationals to join their businesses and organizations. These foreign workers often bring highly specialized knowledge to their respective fields, add cultural diversity to the workplace and help U.S. employers maintain competitive advantage in the global market. Despite the many benefits these foreign nationals bring to the United States’ economy, business immigration procedures are often complex and the legal processes overwhelming. We are here to assist our corporate and individual clients navigate the world of immigration law and procedure to secure the temporary and immigrant visas for their foreign personnel.
Our firm advises and represent companies and individuals (“clients”) throughout the entire immigration process, from the hiring to the transfer of foreign workers. Our vast experience working with all types of organizations and businesses and our extensive knowledge of immigration law, allows us to better assist our clients in securing their foreign work visas.
We help make the employment-based immigration process effortless for businesses seeking to hire foreign workers or individuals seeking representation. Our commitment is to assist with all your business immigration needs.
There are a variety of employment-based immigration options depending on Industry including I-9 Compliance.
Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Options
Green Card Preference Categories Based on Employment
Labor Certification – PERM
National Interest Waiver – NIW
Special Recruitment for College and University Teachers
Schedule A Occupation
Nonimmigrant Visas Professionals & Skilled Workers
H-1B – Most common nonimmigrant visa for hiring skilled foreign professionals
TN – Temporary visa for Canadian and Mexican professionals
L-1 – Intra-company employee transfers of executives, managers, or persons with specialized knowledge
Options for Physicians, Nurses, Physical Therapists and other Health Care Professionals
J-1 Waivers – No Objection Letters and Waiver of the Foreign Residence Requirement
Schedule A Group I Occupations – Green card processing for Physical Therapists and Professional Nurses
National Interest Waivers – Waiver of the Labor Certification (PERM) requirement because it is in the interest of the United States
Additional Options for University Professors and Faculty, Researchers, and Non-Profit Organizations
Special Recruitment for College and University Teachers
Schedule A Group II Occupations – Green card processing for certain aliens in the arts, sciences, and performing arts of exceptional ability
National Interest Waivers – Waiver of the Labor Certification (PERM) requirement because it is in the interest of the United States.
EB-1 Priority Workers
Additional Options for the Arts, Sports, and Entertainment Industries
O Visas – Alien with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics
P Visas – Athletes and entertainers solely to attend a particular event, reciprocal exchange programs, and culturally unique artists or entertainers
I Visa – Representatives of foreign press, radio, film, or other foreign information media