New Jersey H-2B Unskilled Worker Immigration
H-2B applications for unskilled workers must be filed by a U.S. employer who intends to fill a nonagricultural position with a foreign worker. H-2B visas are temporary visas, requiring the alien worker to return to his or her country of origin upon expiration of the position or time period. Although H-2B visas are for unskilled workers, the sponsoring employer must prove to the U.S. Department of Labor that the worker has the necessary abilities to complete the assigned job tasks.
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The H-2B visa program is designed to meet onetime needs or seasonal needs when the local unskilled worker labor force is not able to meet employers' needs. The immigration law firm of Gurnani & Gurnani, in Edison, New Jersey, has been helping employers with their business immigration and H visa needs for more than five years. Attorneys Ramesh and Anita Gurnani have more than thirty combined years of employment immigration experience. We have the knowledge to work directly with you to identify your labor needs for unskilled workers and complete the labor verification requirements.
We use technology to speed the unskilled workers visa process
Under the current H-2B visa program rules, employers are required to complete a labor verification application, telling the U.S. Department of Labor that they have pursued every means to fill the job positions using unskilled workers from the local workforce. Under proposed changes, the labor certification may be filed electronically with the Department of Homeland Security, using a non-immigrant worker I-129 petition. Our lawyers use the latest technology in all of our immigration law petition and application processes. We are ready to help you file quickly and correctly, to avoid costly delays.
Contact us at 732-494-8900 to learn more about filling your temporary or seasonal nonagricultural needs with unskilled workers through the H-2B visa program.