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Employment-Based Immigration / Work Visa

Are you looking for employment opportunities in the United States? Do you own a business in the United States and want to hire someone from another country?

Whether you are seeking employment or looking to fill an employment need for your growing business, our legal team at Celedon Law is prepared to assist you and guide employers and employees alike through the otherwise complex world of employment-based immigration. We possess years of experience with employment-based clients and the United States immigration system. It is understandable that you may have many questions about what is to come.

We are fully prepared to supply the guidance, representation, and advice that employers can expect and rely upon.

At Celedon Law, we provide full employment- and investment-related immigration services including:

Contact Us Today if You are Interested in Hiring a Foreign National or if You are Interested in Acquiring an Employment Visa in the U.S.

The attorneys of Celedon Law have experience with various types of employment visas. We have helped U.S. employers and aliens aspiring to work in the United States navigate this complex process. Call our office at (508) 573-3170 or contact us online to discuss your immigration issue with an experienced and dedicated attorney.

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