Lay it on the Line.
At the beginning of our association, and continuing throughout the life of our business relationship, we will require that you give us all the information we request. Complete disclosure of all the circumstances is necessary before we can offer our best legal recommendations.
In response to your disclosures, our legal team will also be forthcoming with the options, the likelihood of success and the best estimate we can make for expenses you'll likely incur.
As the employer of a foreign national, you'll be best served by our legal team when you meet with us in advance of making a hire.
We will work to understand your situation, the position you want to fill and the qualifications of the candidate(s) you are considering. Then we'll be able to offer a recommendation on whether the position and the intended candidate will qualify for the visa.
There is a $200 fee for the consultation. We require it to be prepaid and it is not refundable. Hiring an attorney is an investment in your future and it is essential that you be as committed and motivated as your legal team.
H-1B visa submissions are governed by a fixed timeline. The deadline to file a submission is April 1 each year, but there is a lot of work required to get the application ready. January is the best time to begin the process.
Other work visas are not subject to this submission calendar, but will still require time to prepare and submit.
We recommend reaching out to Swenson Law Office PC as soon as an immigration matter becomes known, so that there is ample time to resolve it or prepare to defend it.