H2-B Visa

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If you are interested in learning more about our H2-B visa application or if you have questions to see if you meet the requirements, we encourage you to meet with our immigration attorney in Houston. Contact our firm today at (713) 621-8588 or wilka@toppinslawfirm.com to request a confidential consultation to discuss your case. Toppins Law firm is honored to be your trusted source for sound immigration law for your immigration and business needs.

Our Immigration Service Includes:

  • Full Review of your personal circumstances
  • Confirmation that the Visa type is appropriate for you
  • Accurate preparation of your visa application
  • Submission of your visa application to the proper government agencies
  • Careful co-ordination of all correspondence with government agencies
  • Expert advise on how to handle yourself at your Consular or USCIS interview,and what to expect
  • Unlimited personal communication with your own Toppins Law Firm immigration attorney

Introduction

The H-2B  program allows U.S. employers or U.S. agents who meet specific regulatory requirements to bring foreign nationals to the United States to fill temporary nonagricultural jobs

Minimum Requirements

For the employee:

  • Foreign athletes, trainers or artists with a job offer from a U.S. employer
  • Skilled workers in crafts and trades who are able to perform tasks for which no U.S. workers are available
  • U.S. companies hiring foreign nationals to perform temporary work for which no U.S. workers are available

For the employer:

The employer A U.S. employer must establish on a prospective worker’s behalf that:

  • There are not enough U.S. workers who are able, willing, qualified, and available to do the temporary work.
  • Employing H-2B workers will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers.
  • Its need for the prospective worker’s services or labor is temporary, regardless of whether the underlying job can be described as temporary.