Nonimmigrant & Business Visas

Nonimmigrant & Business Visas

GiltLaw’s experienced business immigration lawyers provide counsel to international companies in all aspects of business-related immigration laws. Our clients include corporations, universities, and cultural institutions, as well as leading IT consulting companies, religious organizations, and non-profit institutions. Our business immigration lawyers can successfully represent individuals who wish to work in the U.S., such as foreign students looking for their first job after graduation. We provide guidance on complex immigration issues resulting from mergers, acquisitions and other corporate changes. Our firm has skilled business lawyers who assist corporate clients in obtaining temporary and permanent immigration status for their executive, managerial, and professional employees in every visa category. We also represent individuals, who, because of their extraordinary ability in their fields, or because of their substantial investments in the United States, do not require corporate sponsorship to immigrate. We advise our clients about the best short-term and long-term strategies to obtain a business visa in the USA for their specific needs. We have extensive experience securing visas from U.S. Consular posts around the world. Our US business immigration attorneys counsel our clients on a wide range of business immigration visas, including:

  • B-1 visa for Business visitors, Domestic Employees, Academics, Researchers and Students
  • E-1/E-2 visa for Treaty Trader/Investor
  • E-3 visa for Australian specialty workers H-1 Employment based visas
  • H-3 trainee visa
  • I visa for Journalists & Members of the Media
  • J-1 visa for Exchange Visitor, Academics, Au-pairs, Interns
  • L-1 visa for Intra-company transferees
  • O-1/2 or P-1/3 visa for Persons with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business
    or Athletics
  • R-1 visa for Religious Workers
  • TN (Treaty National) visas under North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

If you have questions in how we may assist you or your company, or if you are an individual with questions about working in the U.S., please contact our business team for a consultation.