Employment Green Card Attorneys

Employers can petition for certain skilled employees to live and work in the United States (in other words, be granted permanent residence). This process has certain complexities and potential difficulties, and both the employer and employee have a lot at stake in the process. The employer usually begins this process because the employer needs the skills of the particular employee, and on the other end, the employee needs the stability and certainty about their immigration status. Small mistakes in this process can lead to serious consequences. Every employment-based immigration application should be handled with serious care and attention.

Employees may secure permanent resident status under the following categories:

  • EB-1 (persons of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers and executives/managers)
  • EB-2 (persons of exceptional ability, those whose position requires an advanced degree, most require a PERM certification)
  • EB-3 (professionals and skilled and unskilled workers, most require PERM certification)
  • EB-4 (religious workers)
  • EB-5 (investors)

We represent both employees and employers who are working to secure green cards. We can help employees understand the process and assist their employers in fulfilling all necessary steps to ensure a successful outcome.

More Than 25 Years Of Combined Experience Working To Resolve Our Clients’ Issues

At Preston & Brar LLC, we are committed to providing seamless support for those seeking to obtain permanent resident status (a green card) based on employment. Small errors in the process can cause serious consequences. We know that neither employers nor employees can afford errors that could ultimately result in the application being denied. Our decades of experience and the skill we have acquired allow us to generate the results employers and employees need.

Contact The Salt Lake City Employment-Based Green Card Attorneys Of Preston & Brar LLC

You cannot afford a mistake being made on your green card application, turn to the skilled and experienced immigration lawyers of Preston & Brar LLC. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at 801-269-9541 or 801-577-1988 (cell) or contact us online.