A Labor Certification is a form of visa that allows a foreign national to work in the U.S. to fill a position that cannot otherwise be filled. The process involves an employer first establishing that there are no adequate workers within the United States who are both qualified and willing to do the work that the position entails. After this is established, the employer may seek a foreigner to come into the U.S. to fill the position. A Miami Labor Certification at Pozo Goldstein LLP is available for you and your employees.
Some major difficulties that arise in this process are that it is extremely difficult to prove in such a way that is acceptable to authorities that there are no qualified and willing workers within the United States that could fill the position. Another issue is to establish that any U.S. worker’s wages and benefits will not be altered due to the arrival of a foreign national within the company. This process can be long and difficult, but fortunately a Miami immigration attorney is here to help you through this application process.
At Pozo Goldstein, LLP our legal team is made up of a former judge as well as former immigration prosecuting lawyers, this gives our firm an advantage that few other firms can offer to their clients. Our firm also has over 90 years of combined experience that we use in order to provide the best service we possibly can, to each of our clients. If you are seeking to have a foreign national certified for work in the U.S., we can help. If you are seeking any other immigration issue, we can help with this as well. Our firm is intent on providing you with the best coverage of your case possible.
If you have questions regarding labor certification, then it is in your best interests to contact a Miami immigration lawyer from Pozo Goldstein, LLP .
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