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Helping Employers And Employees Find Employment-Based Immigration Solutions

From law offices in San Diego and El Centro, Goodrich & Cheung, LLP, offers the benefits of our years of experience to U.S. employers and international workers seeking work visas and green cards. We also advise people in other countries who seek investment visas.

Some of our clients are already in the U.S., in San Diego County and Imperial County-area communities such as Kearny Mesa. Others are in other areas of California, in other states or outside the U.S. and need documentation to pursue professional goals in this country.

Wherever you are, if you have arrived at this website and seek employment-based immigration documentation, please give us a call at 858-429-9958 and learn how we can help.

Reliable Legal Counsel For American Companies And Workers From Abroad Seeking Permission To Live And Work In The U.S.

Personalized service, sensible solutions, accuracy and determination are important to us as well as to our clients. With each successful family-based and employment-based immigration case, we continue to build on our reputation for reliable help with immigration applications, appeals and adjustments of status.

From Our California Offices, Our Immigration Attorneys Are Ready To Answer Questions And Guide Your Application Or Appeal

Examples of specific employment-based immigrant visas that we assist with include:

“E” employment-based immigrant visas for:

E1: Persons with extraordinary ability; outstanding professors and researchers; multinational managers and executives

E2: Professionals with advanced degrees and persons of exceptional ability

E3: Skilled workers, professionals and unskilled workers

E4: Broadcasters, ministers of religion, employees of the U.S. government abroad, Iraqi and Afghan interpreters and others who have provided faithful and valuable service; members of international organizations and their family members

E5: Immigrant investors

“H” employment-based visas for:

H-1b: People with bachelor’s degrees working in specialty occupations

H-2b: Short-term seasonal workers

Schedule A Consultation At Your Convenience

Discuss your H-2b visa or another employment-based visa or green card objective with a lawyer at Goodrich & Cheung, LLP. Send an email inquiry or call our San Diego immigration law offices for a prompt response.