Employment Based Green Card

Turning Employees into Permanent Residents.

Although it often comes with controversy, immigration into the United States has always played a major role in the strength of its economy. Perhaps no one understands this more than the residents of Philadelphia, where the Liberty Bell still welcomes foreigners to one of the richest historical communities of our country.

Each year, the current immigration laws allow a designated number of individuals to qualify for a green card. Hykel Law is pleased to assist prospective immigrants and their employers to obtain permanent resident status, whereupon successful achievement of a green card allows a person to peacefully live, work, and become part of our U.S. heritage.

Paving the way for your employee’s green card status

Hykel Law has a wealth of experience in handling green card filings. We help you from start to finish, including organization, preparation and help with gathering eligibility requirements for employment-based immigration needs. If your prospective employee is currently overseas and you are prepared to go through the sponsorship process, Renee Hykel Cuddy is knowledgeable about the things that need to done to get them into the United States legally.

The immigration process is complicated, especially regarding employment. A number of procedures must be navigated, both by the sponsoring employer and the prospective foreign national. An alien labor certification (PERM) is often necessary to complete the process.

The majority of employment-based green cards are granted by the USCIS through the EB-3 classification, which applies to skilled workers, professionals and others. Hykel Law guides you through the process as smoothly as possible, to make the transition easier both for the employee and the organization going through the sponsorship procedures. Having a great immigration lawyer in Philadelphia to advise you will certainly increase your likelihood of success. EB-1 and EB-2 classification are available to scientists, researchers, specialized physicians, professors and other niche positions, or for government and religious individuals. EB-5 visas are set aside for big investors.

Leave the complexities to Hykel Law. Let us evaluate your circumstances to determine the best course of action to get your most valuable employees into the U.S. legally, by way of green card designation.