The Frager Law Firm works with employers to help them fulfill employment demands by hiring skilled immigrants.
Certain positions require an approved labor certification request from the Employment and Training Administration (ETA). The ETA is a Department of Labor agency responsible for certifying that no qualified, willing, and able U.S. worker is available for the hiring request at prevailing market wages. They must also certify that hiring a foreign worker would not be a detriment to existing U.S. workers’ wages and working conditions. The employer is responsible for filing a labor certification request on behalf of the prospective employee.
Visa petition—specific classification
First preference (no labor certification required)
Second preference (labor certification required unless qualifications for a National Interest Waiver are met)
Third preference (labor certification required except for registered nurses and physical therapists)
Valuable legal assistance
Our lawyers assist sponsoring employers in navigating the complexities of immigration employment. We prepare all necessary documentation, which is often extensive and may include documenting available funds to pay wages.
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