Help With Employment-Based Immigration

Work opportunities in the United States can be exciting for potential employees and employers alike. Skilled workers want good positions, businesses need excellent people and the U.S. government is always interested in retaining top talent from abroad. Most of the time, the main obstacles are legal ones that relate to the immigration system.

At the firm of Susan Saliba, Attorney at Law, based in Dedham, Massachusetts, I concentrate a good portion of my practice on employment-based immigration matters. I can answer questions about the issues that matter most to you.

For Employees: Finding The Smoothest, Quickest Path To U.S. Employment

I help facilitate smooth paths for employees who are eligible to work in the U.S. Many of my clients are physicians, engineers, businesspeople and artists. I have helped countless clients from many countries obtain work visas that enable them to advance their careers, and then eventually for Permanent Residence based on sponsorship from their employers. I will help you find answers to questions like:

  • If my employer sponsors my permanent residence, will my family be able to immigrate to the United States, too?
  • Will my spouse be able to work or study if she comes with me?
  • What are the fees involved and who is responsible for paying them?
  • Do I need credential evaluations or certified English translations of my college transcripts and diplomas?

Sometimes work in the United States is an important part of the path to citizenship. If you have questions about Green Cards or naturalization, I can answer them.

For Businesses: Harnessing Opportunities To Obtain Top Talent

As a lawyer with a strong grasp of relevant immigration laws, I advise small businesses and larger entities regarding the best ways to acquire and hold onto the talent they need to thrive. In many cases, I help companies sponsor and hire college and professional-school graduates in high-demand fields. In other cases, I assist clients in retaining their current employees whose work visas may be expiring, or helping to change their visas to a different visa category.

Contact Me To Discuss Your Needs

Every employment circumstance is different. Contact me for advice about your concerns and interests.