Orlando Corporate Immigration Lawyers
Our corporate immigration lawyers in Orlando provide expert guidance helping you with the complexities of visas, citizenship, and I-9 forms. With our experienced counsel by your side, business owners can rest assured they are in compliance with all the necessary laws — eliminating potential legal issues or costly fines down the line.
For more than 20 years, our attorneys have been routinely assisting clients in a wide variety of US employment and family-based immigration areas. Our Orlando corporate immigration lawyers are experienced in preparing filings with the US Department of Labor, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, US Customs and Border Protection, ICE, and the US Department of State's embassies and consular posts throughout the world.
Complex business/corporate immigration planning for international companies, visa petition advice, filings by US-based employers, and applications by individual investors to work and reside in the US. Clients include employers and individuals in a wide range of business, Information Technology, engineering, science, and entertainment industries, as well as culturally unique performance groups and internationally recognized athletes. For trusted citizenship application services in Orlando, contact FIHC Law Group today.
Preparation/filing of H-1B specialty occupation petitions, L-1A/L-1B intracompany transfers, E-2 treaty investor/trader visas for principal investors and employees. 0-1 extraordinary ability petitions, P visa petitions on behalf of athletes, entertainment groups, chefs and other artists, TN filings, E-3 visa applications, and R-1 filings for religious leaders and teachers.
Filings for US permanent residency, guiding employers in recruitment campaigns and applications for alien labor certification, employment based permanent via petitions, applications for adjustment of status to US permanent residency, and permanent immigrant visa processing overseas.
Our corporate immigration lawyers in Orlando specialize in US citizenship applications, and re-entry permits to protect residency prior to extensive stays overseas.
Negotiations and filings on behalf of employers respond to steep compliance fines following ICE I-9 investigations, and advanced planning strategies for HR departments on best practices to avoid I-9 challenges and I-9 audits.