Crowe & Dunlevy’s Business Immigration Practice Group provides comprehensive services to both businesses and the individuals that they sponsor for employment-based visas and employer-sponsored immigration processes.  Our attorneys have experience with a wide range of immigration issues, and we can assist you with any business immigration service that you need.  We also assist with immigration law compliance issues including Form I-9 issues and audits and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actions.

We provide advice and representation for the following business immigration processes:

  • E visas (for treaty traders, treaty investors, and their nonimmigrant employees)
  • H-1B visas (degreed, professional workers)
  • H-2A and H-2B visas (seasonal, or peak load, temporary workers in agriculture (H-2A) or non-agricultural (H-2B) settings)
  • I visas (members of the foreign press)
  • L visas (temporary relocation of foreign employee to the United States)
  • O visas (individuals with extraordinary or exceptional abilities)
  • P visas (performers, athletes, and artists)
  • R visas (non-immigrant religious workers)
  • TN visas (eligible Canadian and Mexican workers)
  • Permanent Residency Process, including EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3, and EB-4 preference categories
  • Form I-9 issues, internal I-9 audits, and Department of Labor/USCIS I-9 audits
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) actions

Representative Experience

  • Guided client and foreign national, whose time in H-1B had almost expired, with finalizing the PERM process, getting an approved I-140, and returning to the United States from India in renewed H-1B status
  • Assisted not-for-profit institution to qualify for exemption from H-1B visa cap, opening critical sponsorship opportunities for the company year-round
  • Obtained L-1A visa (and subsequent renewals) for Canadian company executive looking to start new office in the United States
  • Successfully converted nursing leader from TN visa to H-1B visa, allowing her to pursue permanent residency in the United States

Contact us to discuss your business immigration needs.

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