Why Us

Established in 2002, Migration Expert is a private immigration company with a team of highly experienced migration attorneys, lawyers and specialists who represent clients from across the globe wishing to apply for a US visa. Migration Expert provides fee-based services in addition to the official government charges to advise, assist and represent our clients through the often-complex visa application process. All decisions for granting of a visa remain with the US Government subject to lodging a valid application using the free forms available on the Government website and meeting the relevant criteria. Migration Expert is not affiliated with the US Government and act independent in the interests of our clients.

Work Visas & Green Cards

Work Visas & Green Cards

Foreign workers must obtain permission to work in the US in the form of a valid work visa, employment based green card or employment authorization. The Immigration and Nationality Act includes a range of US work visas and green cards for foreign workers with an offer of employment in the US.

Foreign workers with a temporary offer to work in the US may be able to apply for a temporary non-immigrant work visa, while those with a permanent offer to work in the US may be able to apply for a Green Card. Students and exchange visitors to the US may be permitted to work in the US if they possess a valid student visa or exchange visa.

Employers seeking to sponsor or hire foreign workers can sign up for US Corporate Visa Services.

EB1 Green Card

An EB1 Green Card is for priority workers with extraordinary abilities and a permanent employment opportunity in the US.

EB2 Green Card

An EB2 Green Card is for advanced degree holders or those with exceptional ability and a permanent employment opportunity in the US.

EB3 Green Card

An EB3 Green Card is for professional, skilled and other workers with a permanent employment opportunity in the US.

EB4 Green Card

An EB4 Green Card is for certain special immigrants with a permanent employment opportunity in the US.

EB5 Green Card

An EB5 Green Card is for entrepreneurs who can invest in a new commercial enterprise in the United States.

H1B Work Visa

An H1B visa allows foreign workers to work in the US in a specialty occupation for a sponsoring employer.

H1B1 Work Visa

An H1B1 visa allows citizens of Chile and Singapore to live and work in the US temporarily for a sponsoring employer.

H2A Work Visa

An H2A visa allows foreign workers to undertake seasonal or temporary work in agricultural industries across the US.

H2B Work Visa

An H2B visa permits foreign workers to undertake seasonal or temporary work in a range of industries across the US.

I Work Visa

An I visa entitles representatives of international press, radio, film and other media to work in the US temporarily.

L1 Work Visa

The L1 visa allows international companies to sponsor senior and key employees to work in the US.

O1 Work Visa

An O1 visa allows foreign workers with an extraordinary ability or talent to work in the US temporarily for their sponsoring employer or agent.

P1 Work Visa

The P1 visa permits internationally recognized athletes and entertainers to compete or perform in the US at a specific event.

P2 Work Visa

The P2 visa allows international artists and entertainers to participate in a reciprocal exchange program and perform in the US temporarily.

P3 Work Visa

The P3 visa permits international artists and entertainers to participate in a culturally unique program and perform in the US temporarily.

Q1 Work Visa

A Q1 visa allows foreigners the opportunity to participate in an international cultural exchange program in the US.

R1 Work Visa

The R1 visa allows religious workers to work in the US for a non-profit religious organization.

TN Work Visa

A TN visa allows citizens of Canada and Mexico to work in the US temporarily for a sponsoring employer.

E3 Work Visa

The E3 visa allows Australian citizens to live and work in the US temporarily in a specialty occupation for their sponsoring employer.

Working Holiday Visas

Working Holiday or Exchange visas allow foreigners to work and/or study in the US while experiencing American culture.