IMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICES:

Employment-Based Immigration Law Services:
 
DiSanto & DiSanto, PLC assists individuals, businesses owners, and human resources departments in complying with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of Labor (DOL) regulations.

Our firm represents clients in a broad range of industries in both the public and private sectors, with emphasis in the fields of mechanical engineering, energy engineering, electrical engineering, electronics engineering/robotics, mining engineering, tunneling engineering, geological engineering, petroleum engineering, aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering, environmental engineering, civil engineering, structural engineering, transportation/traffic engineering, agricultural engineering, architecture, urban design, data analytics, software engineering, systems analysis, information technology, accounting/auditing, financial analysis, management analysis, health care, biotechnology, manufacturing, publishing, and restaurant/hospitality services.
 
We secure temporary employment visas and green cards for individuals in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Small businesses, multi-national corporations, government agencies, non-profits, and individuals rely on DiSanto & DiSanto, PLC for assistance with seeking temporary and permanent employment visas.
 
Family-Based Immigration Law Services: 
 
Whether you are looking to immigrate family members from another country outside the U.S. or you are trying to keep yourself or your family here, DiSanto & DiSanto can assist individuals and families to petition for relatives depending on their status.  We provide an individualized and personalized approach in each case to seek creative ways to achieve positive results. 
 
Employment-Based Immigration:
  • B-1 Visitor Visas: The B-1 (Business Visitor) visa is available to visitors coming to the U.S.​ temporarily for business. Nationals of certain countries may be eligible under the Visa Waiver Program to visit the U.S. for up to 90 days without obtaining a visa.

  • E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader and Investor Visas: Investors and traders and their employees may receive 
    visas to carry on their businesses in the U.S. if their home country has a commercial treaty with the U.S. 
    conferring visa eligibility.

  • E-3 (Specialty Occupation) Visas: Australian citizens who will perform highly specialized/complex job duties and possess at least a bachelor's degree in the field, may be eligible for an E-3 visa, if their employers can demonstrate that they are to be paid at least the prevailing wage for the position. 

  • H-1B (Specialty Occupation) Visas: Professional workers with at least a bachelor's degree/equivalent work experience may be eligible for a non-immigrant visa if their employers can demonstrate that they are to be paid at least the prevailing wage for the position, and that they will perform highly specialized/complex job duties in the position.

  • H-2A Agricultural Visas: Temporary guest worker program that allows agricultural employers to hire foreign workers on a temporary or seasonal basis for agricultural jobs lasting ten months or less. 

  • J-1 Exchange Visas: Persons coming to the U.S. in an approved exchange program may be eligible for the J-1 Exchange Visitor's visa. J-1 programs often cover students,
    short-term scholars, business trainees, teachers, professors and research scholars, specialists, international visitors, government visitors, camp counselors and au pairs.

  • L-1 Intracompany Transfer Visas: L-1 visas are available to executives, managers and specialized knowledge employees transferring to their employer's U.S. affiliate. Executives and managers holding L-1 visas may be eligible for permanent residency without the need for a labor certification.

  • O-1 Extraordinary Ability Worker Visas:  Available to foreign nationals with extraordinary ability, including entertainers, athletes, scientists, and business persons.

  • P-1 Artists and Athletes Visas: Available to foreign nationals who will enter the U.S. for a temporary period as athletes, artists, or entertainers.

  • TN Status under the North American Free Trade Agreement: A special category has been established for nationals of Canada and Mexico under the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

  • EB-1 (C) Multinational Executives and Managers: Individuals in this category can petition for permanent residency without having to go through the time consuming labor certification process.

  • EB-2 Workers with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability in the Sciences, Arts or Business:  Visa holders in this category normally must have a job offer and the potential employer must complete the labor certification process. The labor certification involves a testing of the job market to demonstrate that the potential visa holder is not taking a job away from a U.S. worker. In cases where an individual can show that his entry is in the national interest, the job offer and labor certification requirements can be waived.

  • EB-3 Skilled Workers and Professionals: Visa holders in this category normally must have a job offer and the potential employer must complete the labor certification process.

  • I-9 Compliance, Audits, Consulting.

 

 
Family-Based Immigration:
  • Adjustment of Status (Green Card) Applications based upon marriage to a U.S. Citizen;
  • Naturalization/U.S. Citizenship Applications;
  • Interview Representation;
  • Naturalization Appeals;
  • Motions to reconsider and/or motions to reopen denial of adjustment of status;
  • Acquired or Derivative United States Citizenship;
  • Removal of Conditional Residence Status (Form I-751);
  • K-1 Fiancée Visas: A Fiance(e) of a U.S. Citizen is eligible for a non-immigrant visa conditioned
    upon the consummation of the marriage within 90 days;
  • K-3 Spousal Visas: A spouse of a U.S. Citizen is eligible for a non-immigrant visa to enter the USA in order to apply for Adjustment of Status (the “Green Card”);
  • Family Sponsored Immigration: U.S. Citizens may petition for spouses, parents, children and siblings. Permanent residents may petition for spouses and children;
  • Diversity Visas ('Green Card Lottery'): 55,000 visas are annually allotted in a random drawing to 
    individuals from nations underrepresented in the total immigrant pool.
  • B-2 Visitor Visas: The B-2 (Visitor) visa is available to visitors coming to the U.S. temporarily for 
    pleasure. Nationals of certain countries may be eligible under the Visa Waiver Program to visit the 
    U.S. for up to 90 days without obtaining a visa.