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Michigan Employment Based Visa Lawyer

Applying for Employment-Based Permanent Residence

Many people who are interested in applying for their green cards, whether before or after living in the United States, must go through labor certification. If it is possible to avoid that, it is recommended. Some individuals may be able to avoid the time, cost and risks associated with labor certification by using other means to obtain their green cards.

Whether you apply for a national interest waiver, qualify for another exception, or must go through labor certification process, it is important to work with an experienced Michigan employment-based visa attorney. At the law office of Richard W. Pierce, P.C., that is exactly what you’ll find. We have been assisting individuals and businesses with employment matters since 1982. Understanding the Time Frame and Process

One of the first questions people have is with regards to how long it will take for their applications to be processed. There are five preferences, and the processing time is determined based on the type of visa you have and its corresponding preference.

Contact an Experienced Michigan Employment-Based Visa Attorney

When we meet with individuals who are interested in applying for visas, we give them a straightforward analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of their cases. We are zealous advocates for individuals we think will be approved in their petitions, but we do not want to give unqualified candidates false hope. If you are interested in applying for employment-based permanent residence, we can provide the legal counsel you need. Learn more by contacting us online or calling 734-707-9396to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced lawyer.