Godoy Law Office provides business immigration law counsel and representation for both employers and employees in all immigration law contexts. Many businesses obtain a competitive edge by recruiting foreign business professionals for positions in their American company. Likewise, many foreign business entrepreneurs and professionals pursue a better life for their family in coming to live and work in the United States.

Our experienced immigration personnel assists businesses and foreign professionals to achieve their goals through employment-based and entrepreneur-based visas.

How A Lombard Business Immigration Lawyer Can Help

Our business immigration attorneys in Lombard can help with a wide range of business industries, including:

  • Healthcare (including hospitals, nursing homes, physicians, registered nurses, physical therapists, medical technologists, occupational therapists, nursing assistants)
  • IT
  • Engineering
  • Entrepreneur/Start-up
  • Manufacturing
  • Business/Finance
  • Sports
  • Entertainment
  • Educational Institutions
  • Religious Institutions

Potential Types of Visas

The Lombard business immigration attorneys with our firm are ready to help companies and individuals obtain visas that meet their goals, including:

  • H visa: H-1B visas for professional workers in specialty occupations; H2 visas and H3 visas for specialty temporary non-agricultural workers
  • J visa: J-1 and J-2 visas for exchange visitors
  • L visa: L1-A and L1-B visas for intra-company transferees
  • E visa: for treaty traders and treaty investors
  • O visa: O-1A, O-1B and O-2 visas for extraordinary ability or internationally recognized individuals in science, education, business and athletics
  • P visa: P-1, P-1S and P-3 visas for athletes, artists, entertainers and support staff
  • R visa: for religious workers, including clergy, ministers, religious professionals and other religious workers
  • TN visa: for Canadian and Mexican NAFTA professional trade visas

We also help individuals who seek to change their visa or employment-based legal permanent residency visas in the following categories:

  • EB-1 visa: for priority workers with extraordinary ability, including professors, researchers, executives, managers and athletes – not required to obtain labor certification
  • EB-2 visa: for advanced degree professionals and professionals with extraordinary abilities in the sciences, arts or business
  • EB-3 visa: for skilled workers filling positions for which qualified U.S. workers are not available
  • EB-4 visa: for special immigrants and religious workers, including broadcasters, physicians, armed forces members, international organization employees and others
  • EB-5 visa: for investors and entrepreneurs investing a minimum of $1 million or, in a targeted employment area, a minimum of $500,000 in an enterprise that will create or preserve at least 10 full-time jobs for qualifying U.S. workers within two years
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