Law Offices Charles D. Soule Esq New York Immigration Corporate Entertainment Lawyer
Immigration Corporate Entertainment
Immigration Law
Non-Immigrant (Temporary) Visas
Immigrant Visas (Green Cards)
    • Employment-Based Green Cards
    • Family-Based Green Cards
Naturalization / Citizenship
PERM Labor Certifications
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Corporate Law
Company Formation
Investments / Private Equity
Transactions


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The process of obtaining a visa to live or work in the United States can be complicated, difficult and time-consuming. The regulatory framework changes constantly as new laws are implemented. Having an experienced attorney to help you navigate through the system can be invaluable, and can often make the difference between your petition’s approval or denial.

The Law Offices of Charles D. Soule, PLLC can provide you with the most up-to-date strategies for your petition, based on the most recent developments to the US immigration landscape. This includes nonimmigrant work visas, (including H-1B, B-1/B-2, L-1 intracompany transfer visas, O-1 and others) and green card matters, both family- and employment-based. In particular, we have extensive experience working with individuals of extraordinary ability in the arts, science and business, to obtain work permits and/or permanent residency (see the EB-1 link under Employment-Based Green Cards, below, for more information.)

Please feel free to review the following descriptions of commonly requested visas to determine which may be appropriate for you. In your initial discussion with the firm, we will review your circumstances and determine which path through the system will provide you with the best results.

Non-Immigrant (Temporary) Visas (H-1B, L-1, B-1/2, etc.)
Immigrant Visas (Green Cards)
    Employment-Based Green Cards
    Family-Based Green Cards
Naturalization / Citizenship
PERM Labor Certifications
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)