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IMMIGRATION

Apply for an H-1B visa.

Find a H-1B Visa Lawyer to temporarily hire foreign workers in specialty occupations.
Increase the chance of obtaining a visa 

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Have an attorney to turn to 

Avg price range

Costs largely depend on the complexity of the project, location, and other details. Speak with our experienced project managers to get an exact price based on your unique project requirements. 
 
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  • H-1b visa (single)
  • h-1B Visa (multiple)

$1,100 - $2,000 avg.

LawTrades
Traditional Large Firm

$3,200 - $7,500 avg.

LawTrades
Traditional Large Firm

Why get an H-1B visa

An H1-B Visa Lawyer will help allow U.S. employers to temporarily hire foreign workers in specialty occupations. A "specialty occupation" is defined as one that requires theoretical and practical application of highly specialized knowledge in a field such as: biotechnology, chemistry, architecture, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine and health, education, law, accounting, business specialties, theology, and the arts. It further requires a minimum educational level of a bachelor's degree or equivalent. Similarly, if a license is required to practice in the worker’s particular field then the worker must also obtain the required state license.

To get an H-1B visa, there must be a job offer and an employer who is willing to sponsor a person by filing a petition with the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service (“USCIS”). The H-1B work visa requires a sponsoring U.S. employer; the sponsor must file a labor condition application with the Department of Labor. The H-1B employer must then file an I-129 petition with the USCIS. A person may hold H-1B status for a maximum of six years, and it may be issued in increments of up to three years by the USCIS. An employee may receive extensions of H-1B status beyond six years in certain circumstances, if s/he is in the process of applying for a green card.

The benefits

Increase the chance of obtaining a visa 

Because immigration law is complex, there’s a greater chance you’ll overlook something, as opposed to an H1-B Visa lawyer who handles these matters for a living. Don’t risk it.

Have an attorney to turn to 

There’s a good chance you’re going to like your H1-b visa attorney from LawTrades and want to keep using him / her. By setting up that relationship for a visa, you have expert, affordable immigration lawyers to turn to when in need. 

Get more options 

An H1-B visa lawyer will be able to confirm you’re applying for the most viable visa. Also, legal advice can provide you with the necessary steps to prolong your stay. 

How it works

Evaluate.

Our legal team evaluates your business needs and designs a custom solution for your legal strategy.

Deploy.

We deploy the right legal talent to the right projects– both aligned with your company's culture and priorities.

Integrate.

We onboard your lawyers and they start contributing, supported by our senior legal staff.

Iterate.

Expand and contract work based on the fluctuating needs of your business.

How it works

Evaluate.

Our legal team evaluates your business needs and designs a custom solution for your legal strategy.

Deploy.

We deploy the right legal talent to the right projects– both aligned with your company's culture and priorities.

Integrate.

We onboard your lawyers and they start contributing, supported by our senior legal staff.

Iterate.

Expand and contract work based on the fluctuating needs of your business.

Reviews

Brett M.

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Brilliant service. Lawyer appointed was very efficient, professional and quick. The whole incorporation process was very smooth. Looking forward to working with LawTrades again.

Tamas P.

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Price. I know what I am paying instead of getting surprised. Transparent pricing I know what each bit costs instead of getting a big bill and not knowing what parts cost what and how much was for service vs hard fees such as filing fees. Also things progressed rapidly.

Chet R.

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It easy, convenient & since the funds are released after the project completion, everyone looks forward to meet deadlines.

Yash P.

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Amazing service, i cant get over texting to get a lawyer. it's revolutionary and can legitimately improve the US justice system for people with no access to quality lawyers.

Abhi S.

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LawTrades was very user-friendly. I contacted them on a Saturday afternoon and was scheduled for a phone appointment that Monday evening. My attorney, Philip H., designed a thorough Terms of Service and Privacy Policy for my website that was directly tailored to my business. The project was completed on time and to my expectations. I will definitely use this service again. Thank you very much Philip!

Anderson V.

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The response time was amazing, from the first time I entered my mobile continuing with some texts with the para. So easy, I started my process on a Saturday and had an appt for a consultation with an atty on Tuesday. I didn't have to speak with anyone to arrange the meeting and it was all managed over text. Atty has great reputation and was super responsive.

Kristen C.

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I was really nervous about finding a legal mind to review my contract, but using LawTrades was very straightforward and the staff were very attentive and helpful at each stage. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for simple legal help.

Melanie W.

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Because the most difficult part of finding a lawyer was removed from my worries. I was able to focus on my business. Scheduling and the free consultation were also valuable giving me a piece of mind knowing I get to evaluate the lawyer before moving forward with them. The project managers were proactive, and made sure to reach me through all forms of communication as needed. Finally, my lawyer was very resourceful and I will be referring back them for more business.

What people
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Yucel, T.

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I got my questions answered. And I even learned two vey useful things which I wasnt aware of.

Andre, C.

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The process was easy and the responses and communication was thorough and prompt.

Ester, W.

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Very helpful in connecting me to the right lawyer with the right expertise. Highly recommended!

Frequently asked
questions

How many H-1B visas are granted each year?
The number of H-1B visas granted each year is capped at 65,000. However, there are some applicants that are exempt from the cap. Beneficiaries with a U.S. master's degree or higher are exempt from the cap if it is filed among the first 20,000 petitions available. Also exempt are H-1B applicants employed or petitioned on behalf of an “institute of higher education.”
What happens when the annual H-1B quota is reached?
USCIS announces a cutoff date when they reach their quota. Petitions filed before the cutoff date, but after the quota has been used, will be held for processing until the following October.
Can the family of a H-1B visa holder come to the United States?
The spouse and unmarried children of the H-1B visa holder have the option of admission through the H-4 visa. However, members on the H-4 visa are not authorized to work in the U.S. Get consulting from our best H-1B lawyers for your further questions.
What is an H-1B Transfer?
An individual issued an H-1B visa may transfer to a new H-1B job provided that the new employer has filed a non-frivolous petition on behalf of the person.
As an employer, what responsibilities do I have as a H-1B visa host?
Employers are required to pay the H-1B holder the “prevailing wage.” Employers are also required to inform the USCIS when there are any material changes in employment. Employers who terminate their H-1B employees before the end of the approved period of employment are required to pay the transportation cost of returning the aliens to their last place of foreign residence.