Temporary Work Visas

Non-immigrant visas allow foreign nationals to come to the United States to work on a temporary basis. Each visa category has specific eligibility requirements that must be established prior to approval

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Employment Based Green Cards

There are several ways that employees can obtain lawful permanent residence through their employment in the United States. While many of these categories require a US employer sponsor, others, such as the EB-1A and National Interest Waiver allow foreign nationals to self-petition.
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Corporate Immigration Services

KLD has extensive experience in partnering with in-house counsel and human resources departments to ensure our clients are guided safely through the immigration processes. Services include I-9 compliance, corporate immigration policy, immigrant and non-immigrant visas, in-person and remote training, and assistance with outbound immigration services.
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Investment Visas

For overseas investors who are seeking permanent residency through a qualifying investment in a project in the U.S. For U.S. businesses, EB-5 can also be used as a funding vehicle to raise overseas capital to grow or expand your business. Whether you are considering forming an EB-5 regional center of your own, negotiating a third-party sponsorship deal, or want guidance on the EB-5 fundraising process, we can work directly with your business to figure out if EB-5 financing is right for you.
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Family-Based Immigration

Certain foreign nationals who are related to US citizens or lawful permanent residents may be eligible for lawful permanent residence based on their familial relationship. There are several categories of family based immigration that allow a path to residency. Once the immigrant visa process is approved, foreign nationals present in the United States may be eligible to adjust status to permanent residence while those outside of the US would apply for their immigrant visas at a consulate abroad.
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