Employment immigration: Don’t fall for a hoax

On Behalf of | Feb 18, 2020 | Employment Immigration |

Being offered a job in Florida or elsewhere in the United States can be very exciting for a person who plans to emigrate from another country of origin. Problems can arise, however, if a person allows his or her excitement to take priority over careful planning and adherence to employment immigration laws. Sadly, there are people who try to take financial advantage of immigrants, promising them to expedite the application process or help secure a visa for a fee.

It is important to remember that visas are not for sale and anyone seeking employment-based entrance to the United States must follow application regulations. Many U.S. employers and companies sponsor immigrants so they can obtain work visas or green cards to legally enter this country. There are numerous requirements that must be satisfied before an application can be fully processed.

An employer must make sure that his or her prospective hire is eligible for entrance and work in the United States. Many employers have encountered serious legal problems by not following the rules. The average person immigrating to this country may not necessarily be well-versed in U.S. employment-based immigration laws.

This is why it is always best to rely on someone who is. Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., is experienced in providing legal support to Florida immigrants seeking employment immigration assistance. By scheduling a consultation, you can take your first steps toward resolving any and all immigration issues in as time efficient and economically feasible a fashion as possible. It is always better to seek clarification of laws ahead of time than try to handle an issue on your own and run into serious legal status problems down the line.


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