Working With Professionals Across The Globe

Highly skilled professionals from around the world come to the United States in order to work. At Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC, Fernanda Inegol and her team have helped countless clients who want to relocate to Texas. Immigration law can be especially complex and hard to understand. This is why it is important to have a lawyer who can clearly explain your options so you can start your next journey. Fernanda will be straightforward and helpful throughout your time together.

A Visa May Be Your Best Option

Attorney Fernanda Inegol is an immigrant who was in this country for several years on a work visa. This means that she knows how to navigate this complex process and can help you decide which EB-visa makes the most sense for you.

The three different types of EB-visas are outlined below:

  • An EB-1 visa is another way a worker can come into this country. It is used for those who are considered to have an extraordinary ability. This can include a professor, researcher, executive or manager. The requirements are based on the field you are. In general, you must show evidence of your success, show any published material and list out any significant contributions you have made in your field.
  • An EB-2 visa is meant for those who have an advanced degree or its equivalent, or for people who have exceptional ability in the arts, business or science. This is similar to the EB-1 visa in that you must show proof. For this type of visa, though, you only have to show proof of your education plus any relevant work experience.
  • The EB-3 visa is another option. This is for people who are considered skilled workers or professionals. A skilled worker is anyone who has at least two years of experience in their field. They also have to meet education and training requirements. Professionals must have a bachelor’s degree or the U.S. equivalent of that. Many decisions have to be made here, which is why it is important to consult with an attorney. Fernanda can help you decide what move makes the most sense for you and your goals.

Fernanda is also experienced in helping members of the health care field, particularly nurses, apply for specific visas. A TN visa and H-1B visa are other work visa options as well.

Is Your Employer In The United States?

Each year, tens of thousands of people are welcomed to the United States in order to do their job. While this seems like a lot, the system quickly becomes overwhelmed, and any mistake in an immigration application can hold things up. Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC is here to help. Fernanda Inegol and her team have worked with clients throughout Texas. You can expect honest and direct conversations from beginning to end. Her goal is to make sure you get into the country the right way while also being time-sensitive.

Helping Clients Understand What Visa Works For Their Job Requirements

As an immigrant, Fernanda actually had a work visa herself. This means she understands the ins and outs of the process and can help you navigate any roadblocks. She has worked with clients from all different backgrounds such as executives, members of the health care field and those in the technology industry. There has been a tremendous upswing due to the recent presidential election. Former President Donald Trump had policies in place that required companies to hire American citizens. President Joe Biden changed this, and now more visas are available.

Each month, the government has a limited number of work that they are willing to give to nonimmigrant employees. This is why it is important to consult with a knowledgeable lawyer quickly so you can be prepared. Fernanda and her team can help you apply for a work-based green card so you can get here as soon as possible. There are many different types of programs available such as H1-B, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3 and TN visas. Fernanda can clearly explain which one will work for your needs.

Learn More By Calling Today

For all of your employment-based immigration questions, put your trust in an attorney who has been in your shoes. Things can move quickly, so it’s important to act now. To schedule a consultation, call her office in San Antonio at 210-475-3963 today. You can also fill out her online contact form so that she can be in touch with you as soon as possible. She is fluent in Spanish, and Turkish consults are available upon request.



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