H-2A Visa Lawyer | Serving Deerfield Beach, FL
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If you have agricultural work that is temporary or seasonal in nature and you cannot find sufficient workers in the US, you may be able to file an H-2A visa application for foreign agricultural workers. H-2A attorney will be able to review your needs and determine if you qualify to apply for this type of non-immigrant visa.
H-2A visa applications are filed by the employer, not the beneficiaries, and free housing must be offered for workers who are not close enough to travel home each day. A labor certification must be filed with the department of labor and the need for the workers may not exceed one year. This is a complex visa dealing with several departments of the government, contacting an attorney is a good idea for help.
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