When applying for work visas or other types of visas, people often ask themselves if they really need an immigration attorney to help them through the process. At first glance, the forms and instructions seem rather straightforward. You are not required to have an attorney, and the decision to hire one is personal. However, there are some important reasons why you may want to hire an attorney for your visa application.
If you are a skilled worker or an employer hoping to hire one, you have many options for working in the United States. However, not all of these options will be right for you, and there may be some options that you have never considered. For instance, while there has been an increase in L visa applications being denied, perhaps you should explore other avenues. A worker may be eligible to come to the United States on an O visa, an underutilized but useful visa, and an experienced immigration lawyer can evaluate a case and put together a strong application.
If you are an employer looking to hire foreign workers, you should seriously consider obtaining the help of an experienced attorney. You’re busy running your business and probably don’t have time to figure out the details of immigration law. The process can be complicated, and an attorney can take care of the details.
Over the last several years, it has become more difficult to get a visa approved as immigration officials are subjecting applications to greater scrutiny. Chances are an immigration attorney has been through the process multiple times. An experienced visa attorney will know what immigration officials are looking for and can help you put together a strong visa application. An attorney can think outside the box and take a unique approach to help you get your visa application approved.
If you are applying for a visa, you may want an experienced immigration attorney on your side. At Serving Immigrants, Inc., we have the experience and the knowledge to guide you through the application process. Contact us online or call us at (305) 907-6151 to schedule a consultation.