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Employment immigration: If legal problems arise

Many foreign nationals arrive in Florida arrive under a particular legal status. Employment immigration visas allow immigrants who satisfy eligibility requirements to live and work in the United States. There are three preference categories under an EB status. It can be highly stressful trying to figure out which visa you need when you're making plans to travel to this state or another to work.

Best jobs when arriving in Florida via employment immigration

Immigrating to Florida is definitely not without its challenges. One of the most common concerns immigrants have is whether they'll be able to land a job. There are also numerous obstacles that can arise during the employment immigration visa process. Knowing where to seek support is often the key to overcoming such problems.

Employment immigration changes announced

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen recently made an announcement that might make many Florida immigrant families quite happy. The current administration has reportedly adapted the employment immigration program to include an additional 15,000 available visas for non-agricultural, temporary workers. In the past, such visas were issued on first come, first serve bases and were capped at 66,000. 

Employment immigration process may take several years

A green card allows the holder to work and live in the United States on a permanent basis. Many green card holders in Florida have secured their statuses through the employment immigration system. The process is definitely not for the faint of heart, however, as it typically involves a lot of paperwork and can take years to be fully resolved. 

Business owner concerned about employment and immigration

In Florida and throughout the nation, many business owners have been glad to learn the unemployment rates in many sectors appear to be decreasing. This comes as welcomed news to those have struggled to stay afloat in a fluctuating economy. One particular businessman in another state, however, says he continues to worry about employment and immigration, more specifically, how policies regarding the latter may impact the former.

Changes in the law may impact employment immigration in Florida

Current projections regarding proposed changes to U.S. immigration laws have many immigrants concerned. Some of the changes may greatly affect employment immigration as well as the personal lives of many foreign born people. Farmers in Florida will likely understand one man's dismay as he worries whether his business will survive.

Employment immigration fraud situation ends in guilty plea

Many Florida companies hire immigrant workers from various countries of origin. U.S. immigration law is very specific when it comes to the rules regarding entering the United States to secure gainful employment. U.S. employers are also bound by strict protocol regarding applications for work visas and hiring non-citizen employees. An employer in another state has pleaded guilty to employment immigration fraud.

What happens when U.S. immigration law and state law conflict?

Florida is home to many immigrants who came to the United States in search of better lives for themselves and their families. Many are able to fulfill their dreams of obtaining gainful employment, buying homes and building successful lifestyles here. Others, however, wind up facing serious challenges regarding U.S. immigration law, in particular those whose statuses are not secure.

What should immigrants know about language-based discrimination?

If you have immigrated to the U.S. for work, or have plans to relocate in order to pursue a job opportunity, there are a number of things you need to take care of and recognize, from the immigration process to adjusting your life after relocating. In Miami, and in all of the cities in Florida, it is pivotal to make sure that your rights are not violated during the immigration process or in the workplace once you have settled down. For example, you may want to review language-based discrimination if you believe you have experienced it firsthand or are concerned it may affect you.

Immigrants and workplace accidents

Regarding employment immigration, multiple challenges may arise and employment immigrants could have to work through a number of issues, from finding a job to obtaining a visa. Unfortunately, some people face hardships even after they have relocated to the U.S., such as a workplace accident. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, our Miami law firm knows how difficult these issues can be for those who have moved to Florida from another country for work.

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